Dehradun: In his first rally after the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won four out of five state assembly elections, party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi hit out at the Congress saying that it was on its way out.
Modi also accused Congress of playing politics when floods struck Uttarakhand.
"We should not do politics at the time of disaster. At the time of Gujarat earthquake we welcomed help from everyone," Modi said.
Modi also added the Congress has been more considerate yoga guru Ramdev rather than the people of Uttarakhand. "The energy they are putting against Baba Randev, if they put even half that energy towards victims of the floods things would be different," Modi said.
He had then made an aerial survey of the flood-hit areas of the state but was not allowed to land at any of the affected places for security reasons.