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Karnataka has pledged to remove Congress from power: PM Modi in Bengaluru
Congress is standing at the exit gate of Karnataka, says PM Modi in Bengaluru
Congress only stands for corruption, politics of appeasement and division: PM Modi
At a time when the entire country is talking about ‘Ease of Doing Business’ and ‘Ease of Living’, a few people in Karnataka are busy discussing ‘Ease of Doing Murder’: PM
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The Prime Minister pointed out several welfare measures being undertaken by the Centre to transform lives of people. He said that several people benefitted from schemes like the Mudra Yojana and Jan Dhan Yojana in the state. Taking note that nearly seven lakh villages lacked proper power supply in Karnataka, he highlighted about the Saubhagya Yojana which would ensure power for all.

 

The PM remarked that Central Government was devoted to enhance lives of people and hence was strengthening the infrastructure sector in the State. He said, “Our focus is on creating Next Generation Infrastructure… In Bengaluru, the work will start on 160 kilometres of sub-urban railway network at a cost of about 17 thousand crores. This will benefit nearly 15 lakh commuters in the city.” He spoke at length about the Bharatmala project and the Government’s aim for modernisation of the railways.

Stating that ‘Reform, Perform and Transform’ was the Government’s mantra, he highlighted measures undertaken to positively impact lives of the common man. He said that at a time when the entire country was talking about ‘Ease of Doing Business’ and enhancing ‘Ease of Living’, a few people in Karnataka were busy discussing ‘Ease of Doing Murder’. He shed light on how BJP karyakartas and workers were being attacked.

The PM alleged the Congress party in the state to be corrupt, involved in acts of nepotism and divisive politics. “The Government of Karnataka is establishing new records in doing corruption. The Congress government in Karnataka is identified as 10 per cent. No work is possible without offering 10 per cent commission!”

He added that the Centre was committed to develop Karnataka and hence allocating funds but due to the insensitivity, negligence and lack of concern of the state government, the funds were not being utilised judiciously. In this context he spoke about the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Awas Yojana (Urban) and the Swachh Bharat Mission.

Shri Modi also launched scathing attack at the Congress for not letting the anti-triple talaq bill to be passed in the Parliament. “Our Government introduced the bill to protect the rights of Muslim sisters and daughters. But unfortunately, by not letting the Parliament pass the bill, the Congress even made it a part of their vote bank politics”, he added.

Shri Modi urged people of Karnataka to elect a stable and development oriented BJP government in the upcoming elections. Several Union Ministers, former Karnataka CM Shri B. S. Yeddyurappa and party karyakartas were present during the event.

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December 14, 2019
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