Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday addressed a ‘Parivartan rally’ in Moradabad in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh and said that people of India of the country were his high command.
Stating that whenever and wherever BJP has got a chance to serve, its leaders followed the path of development, Modi said, “Shouldn’t I fight corruption? Is fighting corruption a crime? Why are some people calling me a wrongdoer for fighting corruption.”
The Prime Minister also said that to eradicate poverty from country, poverty has to be removed first from big states like UP, Bihar, Maharashtra and West Bengal.
The Moradabad rally, flagged off by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah in Saharanpur on November 5, is the Prime Minister’s fourth with first being Ghazipur, second Agra and third Kushinagar.
The yatra, which was started from four corners of the state, will be reached here on Saturday and will stay for two days before leaving for Rampur, and after traveling to all 403 assembly constituencies, the four yatra will culminate in Lucknow on December 24.
The state will go to polls early next year.