Modi's speech in Hyderabad

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From slamming the central government over the recent killings of the Indian soldiers at the Line of Control (LoC) to the boiling issue of Seemandhra, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Narendra Modi took on the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) in his mega rally speech in Hyderabad on Sunday. Raising the slogan of 'India first', Modi called upon the country men to get "rid of the Congress" as he declared that development was the foundation of his vision for India. Thousands of people, mostly youth, attended the meeting at L. B. Stadium. It was the first of 100 such meetings planned by BJP in the run-up to polls.

At the end of his nearly 45-minute long speech, Modi emulated Barack Obama as he chanted 'Yes we can' and asked the audience to repeat with him. Catch the highlights of Modi's speech in Hyderabad.

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