"It has already been decided by the people of Assam to vote for BJP, but make sure that the work is not half done. Please ensure that you bring the party to power with two-thirds majority so that the BJP government can work whole-heartedly to make Assam a leading state in the country," PM Modi said addressing two election rallies in Upper Assam's Bihpuria and Bokakhat constituencies.
    
The presence of women in large numbers in the meetings are a clear indication that days of the Congress government in the state were over and it "does not stand a chance in the coming elections," he said.
    
"Assam is now a diseased state and the root of all disease and trouble is Congress, which must be uprooted at all costs," PM Modi added.
    
The state was represented by the erstwhile prime minister (Manmohan Singh) for ten years but now its people have to be reminded that they were represented by a former PM, he said.
    
"A deep injustice has been done to the people of Assam and their aspirations crushed. The youth of Assam has tremendous potential and they are a deprived lot. It is time to correct these wrongdoings," he added.
    
Prime Minister Modi said he has the single agenda of ensuring all-round development of the state and it was time to free it from the politics of vote banks and the coming assembly elections in the state was the biggest opportunity for the people of the state to bring about change and development.

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