Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a campaign trail in poll bound Karnataka on Sunday. Addressing a public meeting at Chitradurga, the Prime Minister said that the land of Chitradurga is synonymous with the mantra of – Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan and Jai Vigyan. He said Chitradurga is soon going to become the hotspot of science and technology in the country.
Remembering the last ruler of Chitradurga Madakari Nayaka and the bravery of Obavva, PM Modi slammed Congress for the policy of appeasement. He accussed Congress of twisting the history for vote bank politics.
The Prime Minister criticised the Congress party for dynastic politics and sidelining great personalities who played key role in nation building including Baba Saheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar. The Prime Minister accused Congress of showing apathy towards the backward and deprived sections of the society.
Prime Minister also addressed a rally in Raichur where he attacked Congress accusing it of dividing the society. He said that the party has done nothing for the development of Karnataka while BJP is the one that works for development. PM Modi called upon people to throw Congress out of the power.
Prime Minister Modi continued his attack on Congress at another rally at Jamakhandi in poll bound state Karnataka. Lashing out at the Congress for questioning the valour of the army when they conducted the surgical strikes. He accused the grand old party of supporting antinational elements.
Prime Minister addressed his another rally at Hubli where a huge crowd was waiting to listen to him. Upping the ante against Congress, he demanded answers from it for questioning the surgical strike.
Addressing a public meeting at Karnataka’s Belagavi, BJP President Amit Shah said that the silence of Siddaramaih over political violence will bring defeat upon party.
BJP on Sunday leveled serious charges of corruption on Karnataka CM Siddaramaiyah. Addressing a Press Conference in Bengaluru BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said that in September 2013, Karnataka CM Siddaramaiyah visited China,where he met two declared absconders and recieved gift packages from them.
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddharamaiya has exuded confidence that Congress will emerge victorious in the state assembly polls as his government has done a lot for the development of Karnataka and welfare of people. Addressing a press conference in Bengaluru,
Siddharamaiya attacked BJP for ongoing income tax raids in the state. He said that the timing of the raids during elections is questionable. Attacking Yeddyurappa and Kumaraswamy, Siddharamaiya said that both the leaders are claiming that they would come to power, but said that none of them have won in many crucial constituencies. He added that Congress will come back to power with full majority.