“When Prayers Were Said For My Death In Kashi…”: PM Modi


Varanasi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the people in Varanasi today that “prayers” were offered for his death by his political rivals. “We have seen how much people have stooped low in Indian politics but when in Kashi prayers for my death were done, I felt elated,” he was quoted as saying by news agency ANI at a rally in Varanasi.

“This meant that till my death neither will I leave Kashi nor its people will leave me,” PM Modi added, reported ANI.

Varanasi — the Lok Sabha constituency of the Prime Minister since 2014 — goes to polls on the last phase on March 7. There are five assembly constituencies under the parliamentary seat — Varanasi North, Varanasi South, Varanasi Cantonment, Sevapuri and Rohaniya.

In the 2017 assembly election, Apna Dal (Sonelal) won one seat and the BJP the remaining 4.

Addressing booth-level workers of the BJP today, the Prime Minister also targeted the opposition Samajwadi Party, alleging that terrorists operated during its rule without any fear.

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