In the Karnataka assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in an attempt to power BJP, attacked the ruling Congress. During his turbulent campaign, PM Modi has organized four rallies here on Saturday. During this, he attacked the Congress and called it a PPP Congress, which will be reduced to ‘Punjab, Puducherry, and family’ after the defeat in Karnataka. Siddaramaiah tweeted, “Please talk about issues related to the people of Karnataka. Why are diesel and petrol so expensive, while their price in the international market is less than half of 2014? Instead of advising the youth to sell pakora,
On the eve of PM Modi’s ‘PPP’, the Chief Minister of the state and CM face of Congress Siddaramaiah reverted immediately. Siddaramaiah tweeted, ‘Dear Modi ji, I heard that you have coined a new word’ PPP ‘today. Sir, we always believe in three pensions of democracy, ‘people, by people and for people’. While your party, ‘Prison (Prison), Price Rise (inflation) and Pakora Party’ is. Am I right or not? ‘
Earlier, Modi Modi addressing a rally in Gadag said, “After 15th May, this Indian National Congress will not be there. This will become PPP Congress ie Punjab, Puducherry, Parivar Congress.
Targeting the Congress, Modi said that after the defeat in Maharashtra, Goa, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Tripura, the Congress was not as disturbed as it is upset to see the happenings here. He said, “Congress has created a huge network of recovery mafia across Karnataka. If this Congress went to the government then how will the money go to Delhi? Congress leaders and ministers have made a tank, from which money of corruption goes directly to the big leaders of Congress sitting in the pipeline from Delhi. That is the reason why the Congress in front of the defeat in Karnataka is looking disturbed. ‘
Voting for assembly elections in Karnataka is just a matter of just a week’s time left. In this way, PM Modi has sharpened the morcha against Siddaramaiah government.
In the Tumkur rally, Modi said, “For Karnataka Congress leaders, there is only one mantra: ‘Father big brother, brother is the biggest rupaiya’, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has changed the proverb. His mantra is’ Father too big, brother Big but bigger than Rupaiya, Siddha Rupaiya. ”
On the attack of PM Modi, Siddaramaiah tweeted, “Please talk about issues related to the people of Karnataka. Why are diesel and petrol so expensive, while their price in the international market is less than half of 2014? Instead of advising the youth to sell pakora, why do not you focus on creating new jobs? ‘