Modi attacks Rahul and hierarchy politics, seeks support for safeguarding democracy

  • Modi attacks Rahul and hierarchy politics, seeks support for safeguarding democracy

Modi attacks Rahul and hierarchy politics, seeks support for safeguarding democracy

This is not a BJP wave in Karnataka, but it is a BJP storm, said Narendra Modi addressing his first mega rally in poll-bound Karnataka.

The Prime Minister called Rahul Gandhi, Naamdaar, and that people like him, Kaamdaar, can't sit with Gandhi, because the latter has a penchant for looking down on such people. However, the Congress leadership was wrong in believing that by simply criticising the Modi Government it can win back the trust of the people.

In a personal attack on Mr Gandhi he said that the Congress President was more keen on promoting himself, while his government was keen to perform. Last month, the Congress President had asked the Prime Minister for one-on-one debate for 15 minutes in the parliament. We are kaamdaars (known by our work). Let Rahul speak for 15 minutes extempore in Karnataka about his government's achievements without referring to any notes and in any language including Hindi or English or even in his mother tongue.

He said the "power hungry" Congress is on the backfoot in the state and is spreading lies to win the elections.

"The disrespect shown towards Shri Deve Gowda ji by Congress leaders and the Congress president around 15-20 days ago is not acceptable".

The complaint also sought an action senior politician AK Subbaiah who had said that Yeddyurappa along with his fiancee would runaway once polls results are out.

Speaking on the Lingayat issue, the Chief Minister said, "Lingayat it is not an election issue for them but for BJP". "It's about people's politics". But the Bharatiya Janata Party would ensure that dynastic politics will not prevail in the state. "That is enough. The people of Karnataka will measure the strength of your words".

On March 7, Karnataka's anti-graft ombudsman Justice P V Shetty was attacked at his office in Bengaluru.

Neither plans or programmes of the Government nor an outline of what the Congress meant to do in the unlikely event of it returning to power drew the attention of the speakers.

"Perhaps due to over-excitement, the newly elected Congress President forgets decency". A village is said to be electrified if at least 10% of its households, as well as public places such as schools, panchayat offices and health centres, have access to electricity. "Dr. Manmohan Singh said we will electrify villages by 2009, Smt". In any case, we saw how the Congress treated Dr Manmohan Singh. He had said that "if I am allowed to speak for 15 minutes in Parliament, PM Narendra Modi will run away".

Divya Spandana, the Congress's societal media marketing in charge, hit with a tweet that seemed to take to the prime ministry for stating -"men and women like me who do not dress properly".