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PM Modi in Assam: Congress kept Assam divided in every way, BJP tried to connect it

Meanwhile, at 3 pm, PM Modi will visit poll-bound Assam and hold a rally. Ahead of his rallies, Modi on Wednesday said that there is a desire for a change in Bengal with the BJP’s agenda of good governance striking a chord among the people.

Shivani Arora

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Published on 18 March 2021 12:12 PM GMT

PM Modi in Assam: Congress kept Assam divided in every way, BJP tried to connect it
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing a public rally in Assam on Thursday accused the Congress of creating divide in Assam. Also, said the party neither has a leader nor policy or any ideology.

“Congress kept Assam divided in every way, BJP tried to connect Assam in every way. ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Biswas’ — is the BJP’s development mantra,” PM Modi said.

Speaking in Assam’s Karimganj, he added, “On one side, BJP has a policy, leadership and good intentions. While on the other side, Congress neither has a leader nor policy or ideology.”

PM hits out at CM Mamata

Earlier in the day, he attacked the Mamata Banerjee government in West Bengal’s Purulia, saying the TMC has made the lives of the people difficult. He said the people of Purulia have been given a life riddled with water crisis, adding that the Left and TMC governments neglected industrial development of Purulia.

Meanwhile, at 3 pm, PM Modi will visit poll-bound Assam and hold a rally. Ahead of his rallies, Modi on Wednesday said that there is a desire for a change in Bengal with the BJP’s agenda of good governance striking a chord among the people.

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While the BJP is running a campaign to end the running Trinamool Congress’ 10-year rule in Bengal, it is working to retain power in Assam. With the first phase of Assembly elections commencing in 10 days, campaigning in four states and one Union Territory is heating up. The first phase of polls to West Bengal and Assam will be held on March 27; Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry will vote subsequently.

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