Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis calls Modi a lion; Compares opposition to cats, dogs

Maharashtra Chief Minister attacked the previous Congress government and said that it would be a huge loss to the nation if Narendra Modi is not elected as the Prime Minister again

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Ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha and Maharashtra assembly elections, the political campaigns along with the oration of the leaders have intensified. Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the “King” of the jungle and opposition leaders are like cats and dogs.

While speaking at an event organised by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Yuva Morcha, CM Fadnavis declared Modi as the only national leader while the opposition leaders were not of that stature.    

The proposed mega-alliance has no Prime Ministerial candidate. They are only together to gain power. They do not possess the will to work for the country,” Fadnavis said while ridiculing the mega-alliance. 

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CM Fadnavis further said that it would be a huge loss for the country if Modi doesn’t get re-elected as the PM for the next five years. Prior to 2014, 50 per cent of the population did not have banks account but now every poor gets financial benefits. 

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