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NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday sounded the poll bugle in Karnataka and said the ruling Congress was on the cusp of being ousted from the state.
Reiterating the BJP catchphrase of a “Congress-free India”, PM Modi said: “The Congress is standing on the exit door and Karnataka will soon be free from Congress culture.”
The Prime Minister was addressing a public meeting at Palace Grounds, Bengaluru to top off the BJP’s 90-day rally, called “journey to build a new Karnataka”, across the poll-bound state.
In a blistering attack on the ruling party, Modi said the BJP government represents development whereas Congress means “corruption, casteism, appeasement and dynasticism.”
He highlighted the allegations of corruption against high-ranking Congress MLAs and said the state government has been dubbed the “10 per cent government”.
“There are serious allegations of corruption against Congress leaders. Reports are coming about them demanding commission in several projects. I have been told that Karnataka govt is being recognised as 10% govt as no work is possible without 10% commission,” the PM jibed.
On the law and order situation in the state, PM Modi alleged that criminals are ruling the roost.
“World is discussing ease of doing business but here ease of murdering is being discussed. The one who opposes ends up losing life. This is dangerous for democracy and shameful for the state government,” he charged.
The Prime Minister also touched upon the controversy which broke out over the amount of funds the Karnataka government received from the Centre. BJP president Amit Shah had claimed that the Centre gave Karnataka more than Rs three lakh crore under various schemes, which the Congress leadership vehemently challenged
“During Congress regime, Karnataka got Rs 73000 crore. However, we have provisioned Rs 2 lakh crore for it which is more than 180% more than Congress had provided,” Modi asserted.
Building upon chief minister candidate B S Yeddyurappa’s humble background, PM Modi guaranteed that the BJP leader will work in the best interest of Karnataka farmers.
“In this budget, government has made a significant decision so that correct price of crops are given to farmers. If Yeddyurappa, son of a farmer, becomes CM of Karnataka, the projects for farmers will work at its best because Yeddurappa has farmer’s best interest at heart,” Modi said.
“Farmers producing fruits and vegetables are our ‘TOP’ priority. ‘TOP’ means ‘Tomato, Onion and Potato’. We have launched ‘Operation green’ in interest of these farmers. ‘Operation green’ would be beneficial for farmers just like the Amul model was successful in dairy,” he added.
Meanwhile, a group of college students donned degree robes and sold ‘pakodas’ to passers-by on the sidelines of the PM’s rally, in a dig at Modi’s remarks on job creation.