UDAIPUR (TRIPURA), April 7 - Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday launched a no holds-barred attack on Communists and Congress alleging that they have deep-rooted understanding to get their political agenda fulfilled.
�When chowkidar is working hard to push development, both Communists and Congress, hand in gloves, are trying to oust Narendra Modi in Delhi�, he said while addressing an election rally at Udaipur, 55 km from the capital town.
�While they are friends in Delhi to oust me, in Tripura they are wrestling each other for power... What a mockery! Their day begins with hatred for me and ends with my ousting mission�, he said.
Launching a blistering attack on the Congress, the Prime Minister also put a question mark on Rahul Gandhi�s decision to contest the Parliamentary election from Kerala. �Namdar of Congress could have filed a nomination paper from party ruled States like Pondichery, Madhya Pradesh or Rajasthan, but he did not. It shows their depth of understanding even in Kerala�, he said.
In his speech, the Prime Minister also sought people�s opinion on his style of functioning during the past five years. �Tell me if what I did to those who have looted away the country or terrorists, was wrong. Did I not do good to teach a lesson to the terrorists who have dared to attack India. And, I will continue to be the chowkidar if your blessings remain intact�, he said.
The Prime Minister also listed his performance for the welfare of people. �Women are provided free LPG connection, poor are given Rs 5 lakh health insurance and farmers have already received Rs 2,000 each. But more are left to be done�, he said.
During the BJP regime, development in Northeastern region is visible with funds coming to the backward region, he said, adding that Tripura also got benefitted.
The Prime Minister, who also offered prayer at Tripureswari temple, ended his speech by urging the people to vote for the BJP candidates in both the Lok Sabha constituencies. Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb and Dy Chief Minister Jishnu Dev Varma also joined the rally but no IPFT leader, a partner of BJP-led coalition government was seen on the stage.