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The BJP is counting on Modi’s persona to upstage the ruling Congress in the hill state, which votes for a new government on February 15. The Congress is banking on chief minister Harish Rawat — the “son of the soil” who last year survived an attempt by party rebels and the rival BJP to dethrone him.
The both Congress and BJP leaders blaimed against each others in the rallies this week.
The BJP has recorded murmurs of dissent in its ranks after it gave tickets to Congress turncoats. About 14 dissidents of the ruling Congress, including 12 legislators, have crossed sides.
The time for those who looted the country for 70 years has come to an end. I promise that those who looted the country will have to pay back now. I will not rest and won’t let the looters rest either,” Modi said in Pithoragarh
“Modiji has no right to talk about corruption. All scam-tainted leaders who were earlier with us are now with the BJP … We had thrown out trash from Uttarakhand, but he lifted it and put it in his party,” Rahul Gandhi said, referring to Congress deserters who have joined the BJP ahead of the polls.