Modi To Address 2 Rallies In Bengal On May 5


Kolkata: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address two back-to-back election rallies in West Bengal on 5th May. Mr. Modi will speak at a public meeting at Jhargram, followed by another rally at Tamluk on the same day. He will go to Jharkhand from Jhargram on that day.

Till now eight public meetings have already been made. A huge crowd gathered in every public meetings. From those gatherings, Modi attacked Mamta Banerjee in a tough language. Modi said “Bangal ka janata ka mu me didi agur Modi Modi sunega… to didi ka to nikal jayga.” Modi repeatedly told that your love is my strength. Your effort will not be go in vain.

In his speech, Modi mocked Mamata for often losing her cool as she was “sensing defeat”, and said “she cannot even dream of becoming the prime minister.” “With just a handful of seats, ‘Didi’ you can’t reach Delhi. Delhi is far away. Going to Delhi is just an excuse. Her real intention is to politically establish her nephew,” he said.

Addressing a rally at Serampore, Modi said, “Didi wants to feed me rosogollas of clay and stones. How fortunate I am. Countless legends and freedom fighters walked on the soil of Bengal. If Modi gets rosogollas made of that soil, it will be a holy offering for Modi.”