Coming down strongly on Congress and Aam Aadmi Party, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his second rally ahead of the Delhi Polls, alleged that the two parties were neck and neck when it came to spreading lies and hatching conspiracies.
"They wake up in the morning and think of what lies to propagate. Never before has any Delhi election seen such a heavy dependence on falsehoods," Modi said at the rally in Dwarka.
BJP's Delhi unit chief Satish Upadhyay and senior party leaders were on stage with Modi along with Akali Dal candidates, reports NDTV.
Moving on to Kiran Bedi who welcomed him on the stage, Modi gave BJP's CM candidate the responsibility to solve the city's traffic problems.
Claiming that a wasted year put the country behind by 25 years, Modi said that there should be a home for every family by the 75th year of India's independence.
Talking about fall in petrol prices, which the opposition attributed to Modi's luck, the prime minister said, "If my luck can benefit the country, why do you want to elect someone unlucky."
Referring to US President Barack Obama's recent visit to the country, Modi said, "No matter which world leader stands in front on me... I can look them in the eye and talk as an equal."
Modi also raised the accountability factor should BJP come to power. Talking about the legislators being directly under his control, he said, "Won't they be afraid of Modi? Won't they think many times over before slacking in their work or doing anything wrong?"
Taking a dig at AAP, Modi said, "They will only be interested in grabbing airtime on television. They won't have time for people."