The intensity in the politically charged Gujarat reached a new level on November 27 as the Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a campaign rally for the Bharatiya Janata Party in Bhuj and Jasdan in Gujarat. Modi blasted the Congress Party for accusing him of corruption. In his own fashion of responding to criticism, Narendra Modi said,“I am grateful for all the ‘kichad’ being thrown at me, after all, a lotus blooms only in ‘kichad’ so, I don’t mind if more is thrown at me.” Modi also repeated that he wants to take India to new heights of glory. While taking the Congress Party head on over demonetisation, Modi said that he will not allow the nation to be looted. Later in the day, Modi held another rally in Rajkot's Jasdan. Here, while addressing the people, he again lashed out at the Congress's dislike of his humble beginnings and said that he used to sell tea but 'never sold the nation'.
Here are the top 10 talking points of Narendra Modi's speech in Gujarat: