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Modi government won't return to power: Priyanka Gandhi Vadra

"PM Modi never replies to any question. We are fighting the election in order to save the nation," said Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

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New Delhi Updated on: May 12, 2019 12:30 IST
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Priyanka Gandhi Vadra

Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Sunday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said people are unhappy with the government at the Centre.

"This government will not return to power. People are unhappy with the Centre," said Priyanka Gandhi Vadra after casting her vote at a polling booth in Sardar Patel Vidyalaya at Lodhi Estate here in the national capital.

"Congress will get more seats than expected," she said.

"PM Modi never replies to any question. We are fighting the election in order to save the nation," she further said.

Earlier in the day, Congress president Rahul Gandhi also attacked PM Modi and said the PM “used hatred in the campaign and we used love and I am confident love will win.”

“The election was fought on key issues including demonetization, farmer problems, Gabbar Singh Tax and corruption in Rafale. Narendra Modi used hatred in the campaign and we used love and I am confident love will win,” ANI quoted Rahul Gandhi as saying.

Rahul Gandhi made these comments after casting his vote at a polling booth in NP Senior Secondary School in Aurangzeb Lane here.

Polling is underway for the sixth phase of Lok Sabha election 2019, on Sunday. In all, 59 constituencies, spread over six states and one union territory, are witnessing the polls in this phase. 

In Uttar Pradesh, voting is underway for 14 seats; all 10 in Haryana; eight each in West Bengal, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh; all seven seats in the National Capital Region of Delhi and four in Jharkhand.

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