Ahmedabad: With just two days to go for the first phase of Gujarat assembly elections, Chief Minister Narendra Modi has indirectly hit out at Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra. He said that the Congress is a ‘party of son-in-laws’ looking to plunder the country. Modi further said that the Congress does not know how to serve the people but is very clever in reaping benefit.

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While addressing 53 rallies in 25 districts of the state through 3D facility, Modi on Monday hit out at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for inciting communal sentiments and said that Shaheen who was arrested for making comments against Bal Thackeray on Facebook finds Gujarat a safer place. Earlier, Manmohan Singh while addressing a rally in Gujarat had said that the minorities feel themselves insecure in the state.

Reacting to this Modi said that the Congress is still playing votebank politics based on caste and religion. He further said that there hasn’t been a single case of communal violence in Gujarat under the BJP regime in the last ten years but on the contrary Maharashtra has witnessed 333 cases of minor violence. He also said that there is discontent among the people against the Congress but their leaders are patting their own backs.

JPN/Bureau

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