Congress can promise 'castle of gold' to win polls, says PM; speaks about Udaipur tailor's hacking
Prime Minister Narendra Modi warned voters against the Congress, saying it can even promise to build a "castle of gold" to win polls and accused the rival party of indulging in corruption and misrule while in power, resulting in a rise in crimes, especially against women, and riots.
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