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Meanwhile,Delhi BJP banks on Modi for votes

The BJP Delhi unit has also come out with poster shots of Modi criticising the Congress government.

Written by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi |
November 3, 2013 2:21:28 am

The BJP is cashing in on its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s mass appeal to win the upcoming Assembly elections.

The party recently video recorded Modi’s views on issues such as corruption and inflation when the Gujarat Chief Minister was in Delhi to attend the central election committee meeting.

The BJP Delhi unit has also come out with poster shots of Modi criticising the Congress government.

In his Diwali message to Delhi residents,Modi has not even once mentioned the Congress or criticised the Delhi government.

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Modi wished ‘uajala’ in lives of the city people. The advertisement,party leaders believe,have struck the right note with people as they saw a politician wishing them a prosperous future without blaming the incumbent government for the troubles in their lives.

“This is a festive time and both Narendra Modi’s and Harsh Vardhan’s messages to the citizens of this city have been focussed on just wishing citizens a prosperous future,” Ashish Sood,in charge of publicity cell of the Delhi BJP unit,said.

The Delhi unit has also come up with posters of Modi ridiculing Congress government on several issues. The party has also video recorded a fresh speech of Modi recently.

“This video will be edited and used as a single unit take of our PM candidate on various issues such as corruption and inflation. We will run the parts of this video during our campaign across Delhi,” Sood said.

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