In his last public rally of the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, PM Narendra Modi on Friday claimed that he is sure of the BJP-led ruling dispensation winning over 300 seats in the House.

He claimed that the nation will elect a majority government for the second time in a row after decades. While addressing his rally in Khargone, he said, "From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, from Kutch to Kamrup, the whole nation is saying- Ab ki baar, 300 paar, phir ek baarModi Sarkar."

He asserted that the BJP-led NDA is the choice of 130 crore Indians while reminding the voters that when they will vote this Sunday, they will be scripting a history of voting a majority government for the 2nd time in decades.

The fourth and last phase of Lok Sabha polls in the state of Madhya Pradesh will be held on May 19th which also be the seventh and last phase in the country.

He called the elections of 2019 different from all the previous general elections as this time the people of India will vote for their country and not for any party, to build a new India.    

He said the Congress hasn't condemned Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy's remark that those who don't get a square meal join the army and become jawans while asking people to "never forgive" the Congress for its ally's remarks.