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PM Modi addresses three rallies in poll bound Karnataka

In a blistering attack on those questioning the target of electrification of all the villages in the country, Prime Minister asked the Congress why it is not able to digest the landmark achievement even before the deadline by the BJP government at the centre.

Addressing a public meeting in Chamarajnagar, the Prime Minister said that Congress has no right to raise questions on electrification as it was Congress government that had announced in 2005 that all villages will be electrified by 2009 but failed to achieve the target even by 2014.

At his Chamarajnagar, Prime minister dared Congress President Rahul Gandhi to speak for 15 minutes extempore in any language of his choice, including his mother tongue over the achievements of Karnataka govt.

He also attacked Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s government, saying it did nothing for the farmers in the state and also halted various developmental projects in the state.Prime Minister predicted that the BJP will storm to power in the state. At Chamarajnagar rally.

At another rally in Udupi, Prime Minister continued his attack on the congress and the state government. Expressing grave concern at the growing incidents of political violence in the state, he said that the people will reply to those trying to muzzle the voice of truth through violence.

Campaigning for BJP in Belagavi, Prime Minister Modi appealed to the people in the state to vote for the BJP.

Continuing his attack on Congress, he said Congress never respected Baba Saheb Ambedkar or his views. He accused congress of playing with the aspirations of the poor in the country. Prime Minister assured the people that the BJP will continue with reservation policy for social equality.

 

 

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