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Feb 25, 2018
6:15PM

Compare 48-year rule of one family with development-oriented NDA’s 48 months: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday lashed out at the Congress saying that one family had ruled the country for over four decades and asked the people to compare the dynasty-led governments with the development-oriented NDA.  

Addressing a public meeting organised by the BJP in Puducherry Sunday afternoon, he said, intellectuals can debate the difference between what was achieved during the 48 years of Congress regimes and around 48 months of the BJP-led NDA rule. 

Targeting the Congress government in Puducherry, Mr Modi said, the union territory had poor infrastructure and was a victim of Congress culture. 

He asserted that the BJP will win the coming Assembly elections in Karnataka and other states, and said the Congress would be left in South India with only the V Narayanasamy government in Puducherry.

After concluding his Puducherry visit, the Prime Minister left for Gujarat where he will flag off the Run for New India Marathon in Surat on Sunday.

Marathon will be flagged off from Lalbhai Contractor Stadium of the city. The Marathon aims to create awareness about social causes. 

Surat Nagrik Samiti, one of the organizers, is expecting more than one lakh people to take part in the event. 

Marathon is divided into 4 categories which include 41 KM full marathon, 21 KM half marathon and 10 KM run and the last 5 KM run for fun.

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