Bangarapet, May 9: “These elections were not about who would win or lose, but, fulfilling aspirations of people,” Prime Minister Modi accused the Karnataka Congress leaders for patronizing courtiers who only bowed to Congress leaders in Delhi not the aspirations of the people. Politically driven Congress has always stood for Congress Culture, Communalism, Casteism, Crime, Corruption, Contractor system, said PM Modi.
Addressing the rally, PM Modi said that Congress culture, Communalism, Casteism, Crime, Corruption and Contractor system were the six evils which the Congress party stood for.
Taking a jibe at the former PM Dr. Manmohan Singh, PM Narendra Modi remarked, “During the UPA Government, there was one Prime Minister and one remote control. In the NDA Government, our remote control and the high command are the 125 crore people of India. Whatever the high command- the people of India tell me, I will do.”
Hitting out at the Congress President, the PM said, “Yesterday someone made an important declaration- he said, "I am going to be PM!" He came like those bullies, barging his way ahead when there are others who have many years of experience. How can someone just declare himself as the PM? This is simply nothing but arrogance.”
“To remove Modi, there are big meetings being held. How will the big leaders who attend these meetings react to this sudden announcement by one 'Naamdaar' that he is going to be PM”, PM Modi added further.
He accused the Congress to be involved in deals. PM Modi quoted one of the posts of Congress MP and former Karnataka CM Veerappa Moily blaming a PWD Minister for deal-making and that Congress will have to solve their “money problem”.
PM Modi also took note of how the Congress misled the Dalit, SC and ST communities and did nothing for their welfare. He said that lies and rumours were being spread by the Congress as elections were nearing. He assailed the Congress for humiliating and disrespecting Dr. Babashaeb Ambedkar and babu Jagjivan Ram.
Yesterday someone made an important declaration- he said, "I am going to PM!" He came like those bullies, barging his way ahead when there are others who have so many years of experience. How can someone just declare himself as the PM? This is simply nothing but arrogance, said PM Modi at immature tweet tweeted by Rahul Gandhi.