PM Modi: BJP would win the coming assembly elections in Karnataka

On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hit out at the “one family” dynastic rule of Congress for 48 years and said it should be compared with the achievements of the “development-oriented” NDA in the last four years. He said, “One family either directly or indirectly ruled the country for 48 years… for about 17 years our first Prime Minister ruled, and after that, his daughter held the reigns for 14 years and following that her son was at the helm for five years.”
You will have to tell the country during the elections what you did in the last five years. It is going to be five years and you have not even opened your account,” Gandhi had said making Modi the focal point of his attack in a series of roadside and public meetings in poll-bound Karnataka.
“Between 2004 and 2014, the same family ran the government with remote control,” in his address here, Modi said in an apparent reference to the Manmohan Singh-led UPA regime. “From Puducherry, I would like to give a message for the intellectuals of this country,”
Modi once again repeated his slogan “Congress-mukt Bharat”, Modi passed the message that BJP would win the coming assembly elections in Karnataka and northeast, he didn’t say it directly, but by telling Congress would be left with only the V Narayanasamy government in Puducherry in the country.


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