Lok Sabha elections 2019: CM Devendra Fadnavis slams Rahul Gandhi, says Congress manifesto looks like JeM manifesto

Bhiwandi: At a public rally in Bhiwandi on Thursday, Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis slammed Congress President Rahul Gandhi, saying Congress manifesto looks like a JeM manifesto, which seeks to take away the powers of the armed forces and remove the sedition law from IPC.

Addressing a public rally at Katekar gound in support of Bhiwandi Lok Sabha candidate Kapil Patil, Fadnavis asked Congress president how he will give Rs 72,000 per year to the poor people across the country. Congress is making the people fool. How will the Congress give benifit to people ? What will Congress sell — chickens?  The CM said the Congress wants to give less power to the Indian military force but our government has given it full freedom.

Fadnavis said Bhiwandi city is the Manchester of Indian powerloom sector. But the Torrent company which supplies electricity across Bhiwandi has given a tough time to consumers. After election, we will review the situation and look for a remedy. We will ensure speedy development of Bhiwandi powerloom city. Many powerloom owners have met me and asked for 40 HP of power in place of current 27 HP.

Fadanvis said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has changed the situation by launching an air-strike against terrorists camps in Pakistan and has made India the third most powerful nation after US and Israel. Fadnavis said this action of the armed forces has proved that India is not a weak country.

The Congress leaders support people in Delhi University who says Bharat Tere Tukade Honge. Addressing the Dombivli BJP-Shiv Sena alliance candidate Dr Shreekant Shinde on Thursday evening, Fadnavis attacked NCP chief Sharad Pawar saying he is the twelth player of team BJP.

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