Lok Sabha Polls 2019: ‘Centre Is Not Facing Anti-Incumbency, but Pro-Incumbency’ says PM Modi in Odisha

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Intensifying its hunt to retain power at Centre, Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing a rally in Odisha on Tuesday hailed his government. Hitting out at Congress and Rahul Gandhi, PM Narendra Modi said this would be the first election where the ruling party is not facing anti-incumbency rather is overwhelmed with pro-incumbency factor.

Slamming the Opposition Congress, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said its Leader and President (Rahul Gandhi) has zero vision and hence the party is losing credibility among the voters.

Further asserting the confidence of winning big, PM Modi said this would be the first time in that Centre ruling part is facing the elections with confident and under a pro-incumbency wave. He said while opposition parties are frustrated and disheartened.

Addressing a Public meeting, he added this is because people across the nation know how much the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Central Government did in the past 5 years. There is no anti-incumbency factor in the polls, he asserted.

Prime Minister who is seeking another term from Varanasi further trained guns towards Opposition and took ‘Mahamilavat’ Jibe. He reportedly said, ‘People are angry with Congress and its Mahamilavati friends for spreading lies and make baseless allegations.

Without naming Congress President Rahul Gandhi, PM Modi said, ‘Congress lacks intentions and principles, its Leaders have no vision and everybody know this know

“The party and its friends have only one agenda – that of ‘Modi Hatao’,” he said.

Earlier in the Prime Minister Narendra PM held an impressive roadshow from Bhubaneswar airport to Baramunda ground where he held a public meeting.

On the occasion, He also racked up Naveen Patnaik-led BJD Government in Odisha and blamed it of having failed to pull the state out of backwardness and for protecting the corrupt.

He further said that Voters from the state this time would elect double engine government by voting for BJP both at the Centre and in Odisha to ensure speedy development.

BJP in a run-up to the polls is taking on the Biju Janata Party and Indian National Congress. The State will Poll on the four rounds of Polling starting from April 11. Lok Sabha Seat of Kalahandi, Nabarangpur, Berhampur, Koraput voted on Thursday in the first round of polling.

The State has a total of 147 State Assembly while having 21 Lok Sabha Seats. Currently, BJD has 117 lawmakers in the state assembly.

The Counting of votes for the mega battle of ballots and the State Polls will take place on May 23, four days after last round of polling.

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