Ahmedabad: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has said that he was the Chief Minister most harassed by the Central government. Modi attacked the Centre saying that the 'Delhi sultanate' was attacking and opposing him on all fronts.

"No Chief Minister in Gujarat has faced the attacks, that I am facing for the past 11 years. Let them harass me more, the people of Gujarat will reciprocate with their love, he said while addressing a rally in Nikol, during his ongoing Vivekanand Yuva Yatra.

Challenging Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to compete with him in development, he remarked that because of him, the corruption level in Gujarat has gone down drastically.

The month-long 'Vivekananda Yuva Vikas Yatra' of Modi will culminate on October 11 at famous Pavagadh hill in Panchmahal district amid presence of party president Nitin Gadkari among other top leaders.


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