Choose between 'dream team' and 'dirty team': Modi

New Delhi, Sep 29 (IANS) BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Sunday said the country needs to choose between a "dream team", that a BJP-led government will bring, and a "dirty team", epitomised by the current UPA government, between democracy and dynastic politics, and asked the people to choose a government and a leader who has a vision for the future.

He also asked people not to persist with a government that was busy in battling scams and has lost respect globally.

Addressing a mammoth rally of an estimated 200,000 people in Rohini in north Delhi, Modi said: "You have to decide. Since last 10 years the nation is tolerating UPA. In 2014, the country needs a dream team, not a dirty team."

"This dirty team needs to be uprooted. We will bring the dream team and take the nation on the road to progress," he said as the massive crowd cheered him.

"The government in Delhi has no dreams or vision. Let every village, every district find its dream. I am confident we can do this," Modi said.

"I lived off selling tea in railway. You made this poor man sit here. I was never a ruler, nor would I be. I am a servant, and always be your servant," he said to the surging crowd.

"Government has only one religion, that is nation first, India first. There is one holy book for the government, that is constitution of India," he added.


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