From jail or on bail, they cannot see strong government in India: PM Modi

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi during an election rally
Prime Minister Narendra Modi during an election rally

Bihar : In a fresh attack on the Opposition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed an election rally in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur on Tuesday.

“Jo jail mein hain, jo jail ke darwaze par hain, jo bail par hain, jo bail ke liye court ke chakkar kaat rahe hain vo sab kendra mein ek mazboot sarkar ko ek minute bhi bardaasht nahi karna chahte (The ones who are in prison, the ones who are at the prison gates, those who are out on bail or even the ones making rounds of the court, none of them can tolerate a stable government at the Centre),” said PM Modi.

He claimed that the Opposition will taste a defeat this year with a huge margin. "Char charan ke chunaav ke baad yeh log chaaron khaane chit ho chuke hain, ab aane wale charno mein tay hona hai ki unki haar kitni baadi hogi aur NDA ki jeet kitni bhavya hogi (They’re already lagging behind in these four phases of Lok Sabha elections and the rest of the phases will only decide by what margin they will lose),” said PM Modi.

He attacked RJD saying that the party wanted to divide the people of Bihar on the basis of caste while hiding their own corruption. "Increasing their strength means kidnapping of daughters, vandalism, murders, corruption in every scheme. To increase their strength means to be imprisoned in their own home after sunset, to be choked and to be forced to flee. They want to prove their self-interest by dividing Bihar on the basis of caste, society. They want to hide the corruption done by them. Their goal is to make weak government in Delhi so that they can do whatever they want," PM Modi said.

He also added that all the money the leaders have looted till date will be returned soon.