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Corrupt politicians will be behind bars says Narendra Modi

Monday, 21 April 2014 - 2:14pm IST | Place: Hardoi | Agency: IANS
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BJP leader Narendra Modi on Monday said that all corrupt leaders in the country would have to face trial if he is voted to power in the general elections of 2014.

Speaking at an election meeting, the Gujarat chief minister said if the BJP forms the government, he would ensure that politicians involved in graft were sent behind bars. "I will not spare anyone who is corrupt or has a criminal background" he told the gathering, which roared in approval.

He added he will ask the Supreme Court to fast track cases against corrupt public representatives and urged the voters to go for clean politics.

Accusing the Congress of many ills which are now plaguing the country, the BJP's prime ministerial candidate took a dig at Sonia and Rahul Gandhi, saying the mother-son duo had destroyed India. Adding, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav and his son and state chief minister Akhilesh were out to destroy Uttar Pradesh, he urged the people to send as many BJP candidates to the Lok Sabha as they can.

"Delhi mein baithi hai maa-bete ki sarkaar aur rajya mein baap-bete ki sarkar, aur dono hi kar rahe hain satyanaash" Modi told the public in Hardoi.

He also rued the growing lawlessness in Uttar Pradesh and said it is a sad thing that people in the state have more arms than the police.

The results of the 10-phased elections will be announced May 16.

Also read: Highlights from Narendra Modi's interview to ANI
 


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