Published: Mon, May 07, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

Narendra Modi calls Congress 'deal party', says no one can save it

Narendra Modi calls Congress 'deal party', says no one can save it

Babasaheb Ambedkar, Madakari Nayaka, and farmers were three prominent points raised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he launched another round of Congress bashing in historic Chitradurga region of poll-bound Karnataka. "These Congress politicians also do not fear from committing the sin of asking the army for proof of surgical strikes". "Today Congress leaders stand amidst those who shout slogans like Bharat ke tukde honge and are giving them their blessings", he said. "He has to slog for days and forced to purchase sand at a higher rate from sand mafia operators", he said and added that the people would vote out the Congress for its five year's of misrule.

Asked what he would advise Gandhi now after having urged him to join Twitter, Tharoor said, "I would tell him to keep at it, continue to maintain this unique channel of communication with the people of the country and ignore the trolls and troglodytes along the way, since the positives vastly outweigh the negatives on this medium", Tharoor said.

Continuing his attack on the Congress, PM Modi said that Coming 15th May, the Indian National Congress will become the PPP Congress.

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The prime minister also took a pot shot at Congress president Rahul Gandhi, accusing him of trying to appropriate the teachings of the 12th century philosopher Basaveshwara, considered the founder of the Lingayat religion. "I do not understand why the Congress mocks noble initiatives like Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao, building toilets and other welfare measures being undertaken for women".

However, this is not the first time anyone has praised PM Modi's work. Just because of vote bank politics, they are celebrating Jayantis of Sultans.

They even mock Beti Bachao, beti padhao, Modi said. "Everyone knows what happened when a crow sat on his auto", Prime Minister Modi said. Later, he is scheduled to address the fourth rally in Hubli.

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PM Modi also blamed the Congress for "distorting history" as part of a conspiracy to divide the society.

At Raichur, he said the Congress' "new mantra is spreading lies".

Inspired by the good works of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a man from Raichur district in Karnataka has inked face of PM on his back, a news agency ANI reported. He went on to say that the Congress party thought that they were safe in Karnataka after losing in nearly every other state at the hands of the BJP, but it appears like as if they are about to face another loss on May 15. "Besides, we don't need any lessons on nationalism from either Modi or the BJP".

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