Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Campaigning in top gear for 7th & last Phase
Campaigning for the seventh and last phase of Lok Sabha elections intensifies; Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses rallies in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar and Chandigarh, challenges opposition to prove if he has amassed any benami property during his tenure as Gujarat Chief Minister or Prime Minister.
With polling having concluded for 6 phases, the focus is now on the 7th and final phase of polling.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed 4 rallies in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Chandigarh on Tuesday.
PM's first rally was in Ballia in UP where he was unsparing in his attack on the opposition.
Taking a swipe at BSP supremo Mayawati over her latest outburst against him, PM said he welcomes the abuses hurled at him as gifts and the people of India would reply by voting for the lotus symbol.
He challenged the opposition to prove if he has amassed any benami property during his tenure as Gujarat Chief Minister or Prime Minister.
PM's other two rallies were in Bihar where he launched an onslaught on the mahagathbandhan, accusing its constituents of putting India's sovereignty and security at stake.
He said after 6 phases of polling, the opposition has lost all hope and and are thus losing their cool.
PM said that since leaders in the opposition have realised that victory is beyond their reach, they have resorted to venting their frustration.
PM outlined the achievements of his govt at a late evening rally in Chandigarh. He said that the poor and rural areas have been the main beneficiaries of his govt's schemes and that his govt has worked with the mantra of Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas.
Amid hectic campaigning for Varanasi, PM reached out to the people of his parliamentary constituency Varanasi with a message appealing to them to ensure BJP's victory with an unprecedented victory margin.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi held rallies in Madhya