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Live reporting: These '10 numbari' Gandhis believe in 'divide and rule', says Modi at Gulbarga rally

Gulbarga: Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra modi today launched a scathing attack on Gandhi family and termed them as '10 numbaris' although he explained immediately that he called them '10 numbaris'
Raj Singh
Raj Singh February 28, 2014 20:41 IST
Gulbarga: Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra modi today launched a scathing attack on Gandhi family and termed them as '10 numbaris' although he explained immediately that he called them '10 numbaris' because they live in 10, janpath.

Modi was addressing a 'Bharatha Gellisi'rally in Gulbarga, Karnataka today.

Modi said that the Gandhi family believes in the policy of 'divide and rule' and that's why they have played  divisive politics in Andhra Pradesh. He said that even his party supports the cfeation of Telangana but justice needs to be done to the people of Seemandhra.

Calling upon people of Karnataka to make India "Congress-free", Modi said that Without freedom from Congress, you won't get freedom from corruption, price rise and misgovernance.

"The Congress party has always made brothers fight with each other. Even their breakaway groups also do the same.Do you want to live the same painful life that your parents and grand parents lived? Do you want employment, opportunities and respect? Do you think Congress can provide all this to you? Can Congress change you fortunes, the fortunnes of farmers? If not then why do you need such people. That's why I have come here to say that we need to think afresh," added Modi.

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