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Amroha: Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves to the crowd at an election rally ahead of Lok Sabha polls, in Amroha, Friday, April 5, 2019. (PTI Photo)(PTI4_5_2019_000051B)

PM Modi called for a strong and decisive government at the Centre; Priyanka Gandhi holds roadshow

Uttrakhand:5/4/19: Campaigning is on in full swing in different parts of the country.

Prime Minister and Senior BJP leader Narendra Modi addressed rallies at Amroha, Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh and Dehradun in Uttrakhand on Friday.

The Prime Minister at Amroha rally called for a strong and decisive government at the Centre. He said a strong government can take tough and big decisions to move the country forward.

Later, addressing a rally at Saharanpur, Mr Modi said that the forthcoming election is for new India and development.

Concluding his rally of the day at Dehradun, Prime Minister Modi highlighted the achievements of his government in the last five years. He said that corruption was on accelerator and development on a ventilator during the Congress rule.

Campaigning in Manipur, BJP National President Amit Shah appealed to the people of the North-East to vote for the second term of Narendra Modi for all-round development of the region.

Addressing another rally at Morigaon district in Assam, Mr Amit Shah said that the Narendra Modi government has carried out the updation of the National Register of Citizens, NRC to identify illegal citizens.

Speaking at a rally in Dhubri, TMC Chief and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee said that her government was the only one that spoke out for the 40 lakh applicants whose names were excluded from the final draft of the NRC.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that many people lost their jobs because of demonetisation. He was interacting with youth in Pune.

Mr Gandhi also assured that after coming to the power Congress will give 33 per cent reservation to women in Vidhansabha, Loksabha and in the Government Jobs.

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra held a roadshow in Ghaziabad in support of the party candidate.

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