SP and BSP have ig­nored Bun­delk­hand over the years and th­ese elec­tions are cru­cial for Bun­delk­hand... it has to de­cide whether it has to get rid of SP-BSP or not

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to check the clan­des­tine ac­tiv­i­ties,” Modi said. He said, “Some be­lieve noth­ing can be done in Bun­delk­hand... it can be made no.1 in the state... there is Kutch dis­trict in Gu­jarat ...20 years ago if any gov­ern­ment staff was posted there, it was con­sid­ered ‘kala pani’ (the colo­nial-era jail in An­damans). “But af­ter the earth­quake there, we started work­ing on it and to­day it is the most-de­vel­op­ing dis­trict in the coun­try.This­canbedone­here­tooif the in­ten­tion is right and if one has the re­solve,” Modi stressed. CHANGE IN FIVE YEARS Modi prom­ises to trans­form Bun­delk­hand — which he al­leges has not seen any devel­op­ment in 7 decades — in five years

At­tack­ing Mayawati on her op­po­si­tion to de­mon­eti­sa­tion, the PM mock­ingly said that BSP no longer stood for Bahu­jan Sa­maj Party but had be­come “Be­henji S a mpat t i (we a l t h) P a r t y ”. Coun­ter­ing Modi, Mayawati said: “The Prime Min­is­ter has com­pelled me to de­fine Naren­dra D a mo d a r d a s Mo d i a s ‘ Mr Neg­a­tive Dalit Man’.” “Naren­dra stands for ‘neg­a­tive’, Damodar­das means ‘Dalit’ and Modi is ‘Man’,” she said in English.

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