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'Backstabbers' can't fool Delhi repeatedly, people will ultimately teach them a lesson: Narendra Mod

ANI | 01 Feb 2015, 02:35 am
New Delhi, Jan 31 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday urged the electorate in Delhi to vote for those who would serve them better rather than 'backstabbers'. Modi alleged that the Aam Aadmi Party ran away from their responsibilities and added that the people of the country gave them a befitting reply in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls. Prime Minister Modi said that he wants an opportunity to serve every neighbourhood of Delhi. Modi said these elections are about India's world image. Expressing confidence of the BJP's victory in the polls, Prime Minister said Krishna Nagar will this time give a new chief minister to Delhi.

'Backstabbers' can't fool Delhi repeatedly, people will ultimately teach them a lesson: Narendra Mod

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