Assembly elections 2019 Highlights: On the last day of campaigning for the Haryana Assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a dig at Congress rule in India, saying that the Grand Old party neglected Jammu and Kashmir for the last 70 years, and asked why were the provisions of Article 370 and Article 35A not abrogated when they were in power.
“Why did the Congress not abrogate the provisions of Art 370 when it was in power? They had said it in the parliament, then why did they not do it?” PM Modi attacked the opposition in Haryana’s Rewari. He also took a jibe at the party while addressing a poll rally in Sirsa.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah, too, is on the campaign trail in Maharashtra which, along with Haryana, will also to go to polls on October 21. Shah has delivered his first speech of the day in Navapur. Next, he is scheduled to reach Akola to address the public at ITI Maidan and conclude his campaign in the state with a rally in Bhaiwadi, Karjat.
PM Modi has concluded his Maharashtra campaign on Friday where he targeted Congress leader and former Union Minister P Chidambaram saying, “Those who ruined banking system are in jail now”.