Got rid of riots, curfew: Narendra Modi on his 11-year-rule
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As his Swami Vivekananda Yuva Vikas Yatra returned to Ahmedabad on Monday, Chief Minister Narendra Modi claimed before a crowd that in the 11 years of his rule he had managed to put an end to "riots, curfew and hooliganism".
"There was a time when, if you wanted to come to Ahmedabad, you would call to inquire if there was a curfew or not... It has been 11 years... has the curfew disappeared or not? Have the riots disappeared or not? Has hooliganism disappeared or not?," the CM asked. The crowd replied, "Yes."
Comparing eight years of UPA rule with 11 years of his own rule, Modi attacked Congress president Sonia Gandhi. "She may address a rally in Ahmedabad and claim that this city was established by Ahmed Patel (Sonia's political advisor)," he said.
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