On Sunday Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to the electorate of Delhi to vote his party to power here if they want development rather than “dharnas” (sit-in protests) as he lashed out at AAP as well as Congress.
With less than a week to go for polls, PM Narendra Modi cautioned voters in the capital on Sunday against delivering a fractured mandate, saying they had already lost a year which had “set the state back by 25 years”. Citing the “track record” of BJP-ruled states, Modi said a BJP government in Delhi would be “afraid of Modi” and perform.
While the others had ushered in “dharna politics” and “policy paralysis” Clashing out at Aam Aadmi Party and Congress, he said BJP stood for development.
Addressing a rally in Dwarka, Modi said BJP had promptly resolved a longstanding water dispute between Delhi and Haryana. “What Congress couldn’t do in years, we did within months after coming to power in Haryana. At an election rally here last year, I had promised that I would get water from Haryana. And we have resolved the issue,” he said.