Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani Friday said the upcoming Lok Sabha elections is a contest between a "decisive" Central government and an "indecisive past".
He said India hardly witnessed any development under the Congress governments and alleged the grand old party was responsible for corruption the country.
Addressing a public rally here, Rupani said the Narendra Modi government has shown the courage to conduct surgical strikes in all spheres -- land, air and space.
He later led a rally which concluded at the office of the district collector where BJP candidate Ranjanben Bhatt filed her nomination papers for the Vadodara Lok Sabha seat.
The Gujarat CM said the voters have made up their mind to give a second term in office to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The April-May Lok Sabha election will be a contest between a "decisive" central government and an "indecisive past", Rupani said, slamming the Congress and its decades-old rule.
He said the country now has a government which knows how to deliver on promises.
"India has made up its mind who to vote for PM Modi. For proof, see the large number of people attending this rally," he said.
Rupani said, "It was the chowkidar's (Modi's) government that had the courage to conduct surgical strikes on land, air and space."
Accusing the Congress of just repeating its slogan of 'garibi hatao', Rupani said the Rahul Gandhi-led party can never understand the sentiments of people.
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