The Fact India: Assembly elections in Karnataka are on May 10. Election campaign has gained momentum in the state. There is fierce rhetoric against each other. On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Bidar on a two-day visit. He held public meetings at two places in Humnabad and Vijayapura. During the election campaign, PM Modi said that Congress people have abused him 91 times. Instead of wasting time in the dictionary of abuses, if the Congress had worked so hard in good governance, then it would not have been in such a pathetic condition.
This statement of PM Modi has come on the statement of Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge. On April 27, during an election rally in Kalburgi, Kharge described the Prime Minister as a poisonous snake. Kharge had said that you can think whether it is poison or not, but if you taste it, you will die. However, after the controversy escalated, Kharge apologized.
Recalling the incident of 2014 in the public meeting, PM Modi said that it is my good fortune that this assembly election is starting from my Bidar. I had received the blessings of Bidar even when I had become the prime ministerial candidate. This election is an election to make Karnataka the No. 1 state in the country. For this it is very important to have a double engine government here.
He said that foreign investment of 30 thousand crore rupees used to come here every year during the Congress government. Under the BJP government, now about 90 thousand crore rupees investment is coming to Karnataka every year. Modi said that when we started the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi, there was a Congress-JDS government in Karnataka. See how much they hate the farmers that they used to create obstacles in sending the list of beneficiary farmers to the central government.
The PM said that the Congress hates anyone who talks about the public. Which exposes their corruption. Even in this election, the Congress has again started abusing me. Congress people have so far abused me 91 times in different ways. Instead of wasting time in the dictionary of these abuses, if Congress had worked so hard in good governance, then their condition would not have been so pathetic.