BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Thursday called upon voters to give a decisive mandate of at least 300 seats to the party so that it could provide a stable government at the centre.Addressing a big gathering in this historic land of the `Mahabharat', Modi said: "I want you to give us a decisive mandate. Let at least 300 lotus (election symbol of the BJP) bloom. I promise you that I will give you a very stable government.""You have given 60 years to these people (Congress). You can give me at least 60 months and see. You can do at least this for me," Modi said.
Modi alleged that it was the Congress that was stalling all attempts to bring back black money worth trillions of rupees from foreign bank accounts."It is the Congress which is opposed to bring the black money back. If we come to power, we will have a law in place and I will do everything to ensure that the money stacked away in foreign banks is brought back," Modi said to a thunderous applause from the gathering.Modi took on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, raking up the controversy over the land deals of Rahul's brother-in-law Robert Vadra.Without naming anyone, Modi said that Congress leaders had blackened their hands in the coalgate scam.