Addressing his last rally, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Saturday accused the Congress Party, the Samajwadi Party (SP) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) of being hand in glove, and said these parties fight in Lucknow, but are actually friends in New Delhi.
"In these elections, the Congress and its allies will not be able to open its account in many states," said Modi while addressing his last rally.
"They fight in Lucknow, but are united in Delhi. They are enemies in Lucknow, but are friends in Delhi. They all eat from the same place and Madam Sonia serves them," he added.
He said the Congress-led UPA Government has to give account of its work done in the last ten years.
"The people who are in power, they have a responsibility to give an account of their work to the public during election season. But they have not done this. They consider the people to be in their pockets, and this is an insult of democracy," he added.
Concluding his campaign, Modi said, "You all have given me so much love. I will never forget this love. This is the last rally of our campaign. I salute the people for coming out in large numbers to vote. Democracy has become stronger due to this."
"I connected with people in more than 5800 locations through various interactions and have covered more than 3 lakh kilometres in this entire campaign," he added.
He also said that he interacted with the people through his 3D rallies and through his 'Chai Pe Charcha' campaign.