Bhubaneswar, April 16 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday slammed the opposition Congress and its allies saying they have lost their credibility and faith of people.
"The Congress and its allies have lost their credibility. They have lost people's faith in the country," said Modi while addressing an election rally here.
He said the people now believe that for the first time such a government is sitting in Delhi, which is sincerely working for the development of the country.
"The Opposition is making false accusations every day and night. They have no vision for carrying the country forward. They have no vision, no mission, no policy and no leader as well. The opposition has only one agenda 'Modi Hatao'," said the Prime Minister.
He alleged that Congress has conspired to destroy the faith of people by linking the Hindus with terror for their vote bank politics.
"Congress has hatched a conspiracy for the destruction of our faith and our tradition. The conspiracy was to link the Hindus of the country with terror," he added.
"Congress can go to any extent for power. The history of Congress has it that it can divide the country for power, Vande Mataram can be broken into pieces for power and it can split states for power," said Modi.
He said the 'Chowkidar' stands as a wall against every conspiracy of Congress.
The Prime Minister also talked about how the world stood with the country during the attack on terrorists on Pakistan soil. He also took potshots at the earlier government for not teaching a lesson to Pakistan, even though the terrorists had attacked India several times.
"A person can talk about peace, whose muscles has strength. Who listens to the dead people? We have seen the government talking about peace, the world has not listened to us. When we showed strength, the world is standing with us today," said Modi.
Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a roadshow in Bhubaneswar on Tuesday.
Earlier on Tuesday, Modi held a public meeting at Sambalpur.
Both Bhubaneswar and Sambalpur Lok Sabha constituencies will go to the polls in the third phase on April 23. Elections are being held for 21 Lok Sabha and 147 Assembly seats in the state in four phases.