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Congress stands with 'tukde-tukde' gang: Modi

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday attacked the Congress saying it has been standing with the "tukde-tukde" gang and joined hands with those who care less about the country and more about themselves.
 
"Desh ko tukde tukde karne wale ke sath Congress khadi hai," Modi said, addressing an election meeting at Paliganj in Patliputra constituency in Patna district. 
 
Modi complained to the public that those people have been hurling abuses at him and trying to damage his image and defame him. 
 
He appealed to the people not to support and vote for any party that could disintegrate the country. "Elect a strong government that will protect the interest of the country." 
 
He urged them to vote for a party that will work for development, progress and growth of the nation. 
 
He said: "130 crore people of the country have faith in me and my leadership." 
 
Modi claimed that people, particularly the youths, have been getting cheapest internet in the country. "World's cheapest internet is in India." 
 
He said his real capital was people's love for him and he was getting overwhelming blessings and support throughout his campaign. 
 
He requested people to support and vote for BJP candidate and Union Minister Ram Kirpal Yadav from Patliputra seat, who is pitted against RJD's Misha Bharti. 
 
IANS
 

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