Narendra Modi addresses a rally in Maharashtra; talks of corruption, developmental politics

In a poll rally in Latur, Maharashtra, Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked of how the Congress in itself is a corrupted system.

As the Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a poll rally in Maharashta’s Latur, he talked of how the Congress party uses slogans like ‘Chowkidar chor hai,’ and abuse others but are actually the people involved in all the corruption process.

The income tax directorate had yesterday raided a sum worth Rs. 280 crore as unaccountable cash in its raids in Madhya Pradesh. The money was found in the offices of the close associates of Kamal Nath, 20 crore among which was shifted as hawala money to the office of a mainstream political party in Delhi. The directorate, since then, was raiding the offices of the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Kamal Nath and his associates. Taking a jibe at this Prime Minister Narendra Modi confronted the poll rally as to who is the real ‘chor’ now.

The slogan ‘chowkidar chor hai’ was actually brought about by Rahul Gandhi which Modi confronted with another, i.e., ‘Main bhi chowkidar’.  Modi said that within days after the new government was formed in Madhya Pradesh money flows have become popular.

PM Narendra Modi also addressed the first time voters to vote for the political party that follows developmental politics.

Watch the video here:



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here