Modi addresses Bahraich rally via mobile as his chopper fails to land due to poor visibility

Photo of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi sitting in a helicopter.

Bahraich (Uttar Pradesh): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed a public rally through his mobile phone in Uttar Pradesh’s Bahraich district as the helicopter in which he travelling from Lucknow did not able to land at the Parivartan rally site due to poor visibility.




Modi while addressing his rally through mobile phone said that he would end the ‘gundaraj’ (lawlessness) in Uttar Pradesh if the BJP is voted to power in the state in the coming assembly elections lined up early next year.

During his addressed to public the Prime Minister said: “Today there is gundaraj in the state. Everyone is fed up of this lawlessness. Even the police is unable to stop the ‘gundas’ (goons).”




Modi while targeting ruling Samajwadi Party said, “If you have to take your state forward, you will have to throw out those backing these gundas. And the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will do that.”

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The Prime Minister said he cannot understand the discomfort of the ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) at the central government’s fight against black money.




He accused the opposition of stalling Parliament and not letting the government put forth its point on demonetisation.

The elections in the Uttar Pradesh state assembly are due some time early next year in 2017.

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