PM Modi in Madhya Pradesh, targets opposition, defends demonetisation

PM Modi accused MP's CM Kamal Nath and accused Congress for siphoning off funds meant for pregnant women and malnourished children to commit the “Tughlaq Road election scam”

Jabalpur: PM Modi on Friday in a rally in Madhya Pradesh, fired back at the congress who condemned him on demonetization and said, ““Note ban led to a reduction in house prices, but those close to Congress who had invested in the sector are devastated. Congress is at pains because three lakh companies were sealed following note ban.”

Narendra Modi commenced his speech attacking MP Chief Minister Kamal Nath and accused Congress for siphoning off funds meant for pregnant women and malnourished children to commit the “Tughlaq Road election scam”.  

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He accused the money was being used for the poll campaign of Congress chief Rahul Gandhi.  Modi said the election con saw money being routed to Congress poll campaign. Campaigning support for BJP candidates for Jabalpur, Mandla and Khajuraho Lok Sabha constituencies, he directly attacked Kamal Nath for “rise in corruption, worsening law and order and the transfer scam.”

 

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