Narendra Modi touched sentimental aspects in his speech yesterday at LB Stadium in Hyderabad in his ‘Nav Bharat Yuv Bheri’ Program organized by BJP as its first National campaign for 2014 elections. As Modi is accepted although not yet announced candidate to contest for Prime Minister, he has become a center of attraction.
The public meeting meant for the youth as the name suggests, two elderly persons attended it were invited to the dais to honor them take blessings from them. One was a mother of a person working at Canada who insisted on his mother’s presence in the meeting. Another one was a freedom fighter who reportedly fought with his family members to attend the meeting in spite of his bad health.
After taking their blessings, Narendra Modi started his speech in Telugu from a note that was written for him.
He wished prosperity, peace and harmony for the people of Andhra Pradesh and prayed for the blessings of Lord Venkateswara for the people of AP.
He expressed his feelings for the crowd in the stadium and those double in the number staying outside. He said that the brothers stay outside the stadium may not have place in the stadium but they have ample of place in his heart.
He said his date birth matches with that of the Hyderabad liberation day.
He remembered N T Rama Rao who was the pride of Telugu speaking people. He asked his fans and followers to pay tribute by ousting Congress from the country for which NTR fought at the Center and strengthened NDA to form Government.
He said that Telangana and Andhra people are like brothers of same mother and there cannot be any differences between two brothers of same mother. He also said that when 4 lakhs of Telugu speaking people can stay in Gujarat with harmony, why Telangana and Andhra People cannot do it.
He wished that the Seemandhra State will prosper to surpass Gujarat in its development and Telangana also will prosper to surpass Gujarat.
At the end of his speech he made every shout slogans for Telangana and Seemandhra followed by Jai Bharat and Vande Mataram.