BJP going to polls based on development work: Modi

30 Sep 2019 08:10 AM

BJP going to polls based on development work: Modi

Updated 30 Sep 2019 08:10 AM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the BJP is going for polls in Haryana and Maharashtra based on the party's development work and the "double engine" of having the party ruling both the Centre and states.

In a late night tweet, the PM said: "Joined extensive Central Election Committee meetings for elections in Haryana and Maharashtra. We are going to polls in these states based on our development work and double engine of the Centre and State Governments, led by popular as well as industrious Chief Ministers."

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