New Delhi: Hitting out at the UPA government, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi said if the country wants to get rid of corruption; it has to vote out the Congress from the Centre.
Mocking the UPA government for various multi-crore scams, Modi said the ABC of Congress is A for Adarsh, B for Bofors and C for Commonwealth games scams.
While addressing a rally in Jaipur, Modi said, "If we want to get rid of corrupt from our country, the remedy is to get rid of Congress."
Narendra Modi said if the country wants to get rid of corruption; it has to vote out the Congress from the Centre.
Modi also hit out at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for saying that he will be happy to work under Rahul Gandhi. "The nation had no idea what India's stand at the G20 Summit was. The PM returned to announce who his new boss would be," Modi said.
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