"Modi's last Arunachal visit proved lucky for us. We won eleven Assembly constituencies unopposed! I have full confidence that his second visit would bring more luck to us.
We'll sweep the Assembly and Parliamentary elections," Tuki told an election rally at Dambuk in Lower Dibang Valley district.
Claiming that BJP has no base in the North-East, the Arunachal Chief Minister said, "Out of the eight Northeastern states, five are ruled by the Congress while BJP has no presence anywhere. It is surprising that BJP has its eyes on Arunachal, which never will be a reality," he said.

Narendra Modi is holding rallies across the country and the Bharatiya Janata Party prime ministerial candidate was also in the eastern-most frontier state to garner support for the saffron party.

In a bid to connect with the people, the Gujarat Chief Minister said that both states – Arunachal Pradesh and Gujarat got lots of similarities and said that while sun rises in Arunachal (east), it sets in Gujarat (west).

Modi has also attacked China over Arunachal Pradesh, which has been a major bone of contention between India and the neighbour nation.


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