Karnataka face-off: PM Modi unleashes blistering attack, Congress counters


Modi was referring to the Congress chief's reported inability to pronounce the name of Visvesvaraya, the engineer-dewan of the erstwhile princely state of Mysuru.

The Union government has put on hold Karnataka government's proposal to approve an official flag for the state.

As many as 56 per cent of people believe that there is either a serious lack of jobs in the state or that unemployment has become worse over the last five years.

In this region, also with a size able Dalit and backward class population, Prime Minister charged Congress with continuing to show disrespect to Babasaheb B R Ambedkar.

He is slated to address 15 rallies over the next few days.

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The BJP is contesting from all the 224 assembly segments in the state in a bid to return to power after it lost to the Congress in the May 2013 elections.

Siddaramaiah also hit out at PM Modi for his remarks that the Karnataka Chief Minister was contesting from two constituencies and changing his seat, fearing defeat. Shri Modi also said that people of Karnataka were fully aware about the 10% commission government of the Congress in Karnataka and how it had damaged the mission of serving society.

Speaking about the pioneering work done in the banking sector in Udupi, Modi said despite the nationalisation of banks poor remained out of the banking system until his government started helming the country. Later, he will visit Udupi and Chikkodi in Belagavi.

Among the issues that have dominated this election so far are: corruption, unemployment, price rise and lack of access to drinking water.

He then went on to attack Chief Minister Siddaramaiah over giving tickets to the kins of party leaders.

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He assured that his Government will leave no stone unturned to fulfill aspirations of people of Karnataka and ensure all round development of the state. "People of the state will decide which kind of politics they will choose (in the upcoming election)", Modi said. But for us (BJP), it is about people's politics.

Opinion polls by various agencies have projected a hung Assembly for the southern state with the ruling Congress or the opposition BJP having an edge in the 225-member legislative house, including one nominated.

He also said by raking up Dalit issue from time to time the Congress has only tried to divide the nation.

He said, the NDA government will embark on a task of connecting 4 crore households which do not have electricity even after 70 years of independence.

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