Ahmedabad: Persisting with his attack on Prime Minister during the poll campaign, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said he should show courage to stop the "loot by Congress".

"The way series of corruption scandals are coming out, its high time that our Prime Minister become 'Singham' to stop this loot by Congress. But given that the 'son-in-law' himself is facing allegations of corruption, people don't believe that PM can become 'Singham' any more," he said at a rally, while referring to allegations against Robert Vadra.

On the development issue, Modi, who was in Banaskantha bordering Pakistan, said "I promise you to carry out development here along with the whole state to a level that Pakistan government across the border will also envy it."

He promised that after the elections his government would extend the main Narmada canal till Rajasthan that would benefit the people from this area.


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