"Congress claims that BJP has failed to explain the Gujarat model to people. They must go to their own website, which has appreciated the Modi model, and also advised governments of other state to opt for development techniques like it," Singh said at a public meeting at Awalkherda, 30 kms from Agra.
He said Congress is fearful that if people get to know about major developments of Gujarat, it will lose its vote bank. The BJP leader reserved a major section of his speech for the party's prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, counting his achievements in Gujarat and seeking support for BJP.
Hitting out at Congress, Singh said even America believes that there is a Modi wave in India, which is evident from the fact that it has initiated talks with him after denying him visa earlier.
Singh also promised to launch 'Kisan Lagat Yojana' (policy to cover initial expenses of farmers) instead of 'Kisan Bima Yojana' (policy cover for agricultural output) if BJP comes to power.
He appealed to the locals of the Thakur-dominated area to vote for BJP candidate, Chaudhary Babulal (Fatehpur Sikri) and Ram Shankar Katheria (Agra city) for all-round development of 'Braj' region.