Modi says Gowda has tacit understanding with Congress in Karnataka

Modi says Gowda has tacit understanding with Congress in Karnataka

Modi says Gowda has tacit understanding with Congress in Karnataka

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today hinted that the Indian National Congress, after its recent losing streak, will be reduced to a regional party post the Karnataka Assembly elections scheduled for May 12.

With just a week left for the Karnataka Assembly polls, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) intensified its campaign across the state. "Even Amit Shah (BJP President) admitted that Yeddyurappa is the most corrupt Chief Minister, does Modi Ji want that the Reddy brothers and Yeddyurappa loot Karnataka's, money?" he said. "Let us build a clean and handsome Karnataka for which people should vote for BJP and make B.S. Yeddyurappa as its Chief Minister", he appealed.

The 80-second video took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his silence on criminal cases that the BJP's presumptive chief minister faces, election tickets to two Reddy brothers and six others perceived to be closed to them and other candidates facing criminal charges.

He exuded confidence that the Congress party would retain power in Karnataka by capturing as many as 135 seats.

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In Udupi district, the memorandum said, the deputy commissioner allegedly at the behest of the Congress ordered removal of saffron flags from temples and banned a traditional art and cultural practise.

Modi claimed that his government was washing the sins committed by the Congress governments at centre and state. But in no time Modi disowned JD (S) asking people not to waste their votes, even as Gowda emphasised that personal regard did not mitigate his political differences with Modi. "Right now, the JD (S) is working towards saving the Congress in Karnataka". "They killed Rohit Vemula and beat up Dalits in Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra, and yet he remains silent", Gandhi, on his 8th visit to election-bound Karnataka, said.

She had defeated BJP's Sushma Swaraj in Ballari after a high-voltage campaign that revolved around the "Swadesi-Videshi" theme.

A sensitive government, which works for the development of farmers, is needed in the state, ' Prime Minister Modi said. Now when they are out of power in Goa, they are now inciting people of Karnataka on the same issue: PM #PPPCongress. "If there is one leader who can transform the lives of the farmers, it is farmer leader Yeddyurappa", said Modi. The PM said that his government has worked on irrigation projects pending for the last 30 years.