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Addressing a public meeting at Kalaburagi, Karnataka PM Narendra Modi said that election in the state was going to decide the future of Karnataka. “It is about the safety of women, the wellbeing of farmers. Do not assume this is only about electing MLAs, it is way beyond that”, said the Prime Minister.

Remembering Saradar Patel, the Prime Minister remarked, “Who can forget the role of Iron Man Sardar Patel who forced the Nizam of Hyderabad and ensured this land is a part of India?”

“What the Nizam of Hyderabad did can compare with the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. I applaud the team of people who worked on a memorial for martyrs. This was something the Congress could have done but they dislike anything to do with Sardar Patel”, he added further.

The PM accused the Congress for having no respect for the country’s brave soldiers. He exclaimed, “When our soldiers did surgical strikes, the shameless Congress party questioned the strikes. They kept asking us for the proof!” The PM also blamed the Congress leaders for disrespecting the National Song. He also questioned the Congress for mistreating Field Marshall Cariappa and General Thimayya.

Shri Modi alleged the Congress government in Karnataka to be least bothered and insensitive towards farmers. “Congress is least bothered about the farmers. We are devoting all our energy towards farmer welfare. The Government of India is devoting significant resources towards improving the irrigation network”, he said. He highlighted how the NDA Government made important decisions of MSP but the Congress only ensured the Swaminathan Committee report was not used.

The Prime Minister attacked the Congress for misleading the dalit and tribal communities in the state, stating that the NDA Government had taken numerous steps towards their welfare. He said, “During the last election Congress promised they will make Kharge Ji CM. They misled the Dalit community. They sidelined Kharge Ji. This is typically how Congress does their politics. When the BJP is elected the Lotus blooms and people prosper but when the Congress wins only a few families shine… By the way, does anybody know about the assets of Kharge Ji's family?”

Launching fierce attack on the Congress from Ballari, PM Modi termed the state government as a ‘Sidda-Rupaiah Sarkar’. He said, “Congress government has created a debt-burden for the state. Their ministers who were caught in mining scams, who were made to resign from their posts, were once again distributed tickets! People can no longer tolerate them. They will give a strong reply on 12th May.”

The Prime Minister said that not even a single work was possible without corruption and bribery in Karnataka under the Congress. “Look at rising illegal mining in the state. Congress government in Karnataka could not even frame a strong mining policy”, he remarked.

He said that when the BJP had earlier got the opportunity to serve people of Karnataka, numerous development initiatives were undertaken but the Congress could not even ensure proper water supply despite the state being rich in water resources. “Ours is a sensitive government which looks after the aspirations of people and then formulates policies. Through the Fasal Bima Yojana we have been able to ensure welfare of farmers”, he added further.

Shri Modi assailed the Congress for vote bank politics and dividing people on the grounds of caste. “We wanted OBC Commission to get Constitutional status but the Congress did not let it happen. They are insensitive towards the tribal communities and the OBCs”, said Shri Modi.

“Congress divides people on the lines of dalits, Muslims. See the way they treated S Nijalingappa ji. When we got the opportunity, we elected a Muslim - Dr. Kalam as the President, we elected a Dalit - Shri Kovind as the President”, said PM Modi. Adding further, he also mentioned how Congress used to term BJP as 'Mahila Virodhi' but now the Defence Minister was a woman representing Karnataka itself in the Parliament.

He also accused the Congress government in Karnataka to be in 'sleep mode’ and not spending the funds Centre allocated for development of the state. “Congress never promoted the textile sector and cloth industry in Karnataka. We have formulated a new Textile Policy which will significantly benefit the sector as well as generate employment opportunities for people”, he added.

Confident of a BJP victory in Karnataka too, the PM said that the enthusiasm of people in Karnataka towards the BJP was a clear indication that they would dethrone the Congress. He said, “Congress fears loss in Karnataka elections. That is why they are spreading lies about hung assembly.”

PM Modi mentioned that Congress will lose their last bastion soon with the political pundits forecasting that JD(S) is going to trail at number 3. “A sensible voter would never vote for them," he said.

While addressing the rally, he remarked that Bengaluru, which was once known as ‘India’s Silicon Valley’ had become a ‘valley of sin’ under the incompetent Congress government in Karnataka. He highlighted that Bengaluru was admired as a ‘Garden City’ but the Karnataka government wanted to turn it into a ‘garbage city.’

Accusing the Congress government in the state, Prime Minister Modi said our youth made Bengaluru the ‘computer capital’ but under the Congress, the city was turning into a ‘crime capital.’ He alleged that the state government was incapable of controlling the situation.

The talented youth of Karnataka, the PM said, transformed the state into ‘Startup capital’ but Congress government turned it into a ‘pot-hole capital.’ “Bengaluru, which was earlier a City of Lakes, Congress transformed it into a City of Burning Lakes”, he added furthermore.

PM Modi urged the people of Karnataka to elect a development-oriented BJP Government in the elections and defeat Congress' corruption.

Assailing the ruling government, PM Modi asked why it was that Congress government in Karnataka not sensitive towards women's issues. “Why are they not even spending funds for construction of toilets?” he questioned.

Stating that Congress' 'Hawa-Hawai' manifesto for Karnataka was full of lies, he asked the Congress to list out their achievements in the last five years for the state's people.

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October 20, 2021
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“In the last 6-7 years, the government has succeeded in instilling the confidence that it is possible to contain corruption”
“Today there is political will to attack corruption and continuous improvement is also being carried out at the administrative level”
“New India Innovates, Initiates and Implements. New India is no longer ready to accept that corruption is part of the system. It wants its systems transparent, processes efficient and governance smooth.”
“Government undertook the task of reduction of government interference in the lives of the common people in a mission mode by simplifying the government procedures”
“Approach of trust and technology has strengthened efficient governance and ease of doing business”
“Along with technology and alertness- simplicity, clarity, transparency in the processes will go a long way for preventive vigilance. This will simplify our work and save the resources of the nation”
“Ensure that there is no safe haven for anyone anywhere who deceives the country and countrymen”
“CVC and CBI and other anti-corruption institutions should remove such processes that come in the way of new India”

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi delivered a video message to the joint conference of CVC and CBI today. The Conference is taking place at Kevadia, Gujarat.

The Prime Minister noted that the deliberations of the conference are taking place in Kevadia, a place marked by the presence of Sardar Patel, who gave the highest priority to making governance the basis of India’s progress, public concerns and public welfare. “Today, when India is moving towards attaining its grand goals during the Amrit Kaal. Today when we are committed to strengthening pro-people and proactive governance, your action-oriented diligence will give strength to the ideals of Sardar Saheb”, the Prime Minister told the gathering.

The Prime Minister called upon the officers of CBI and CVC to rededicate themselves to abolish corruption from all walks of national life. He said corruption takes away the rights of people and hinders the pursuit of justice for all, nation’s progress and affects the collective power of the nation.

The Prime Minister emphasized that in the last 6-7 years, the government has succeeded in instilling the confidence that it is possible to contain corruption. He said that there is trust that people can get the benefit of the government schemes without middlemen and bribes. Now people feel that corrupt, howsoever mighty, will not be spared, wherever they go. “Earlier, the way the governments and systems were run, they lacked both political and administrative will. Today there is the political will to attack corruption and continuous improvement is also being carried out at the administrative level” he said. Talking about changed India, Shri Modi pointed out “Today, India of the 21st century, along with modern thinking, emphasizes the use of technology for the benefit of humanity. New India Innovates, Initiates and Implements. New India is no longer ready to accept that corruption is part of the system. It wants its system transparent, process efficient and governance smooth.”

Charting the government’s journey from maximum control and maximum damage to minimum government and maximum governance, the Prime Minister explained how his government undertook the task of reduction of government interference in the lives of the common people in a mission mode by simplifying the government procedures. The Prime Minister explained how the government stressed trust and technology to empower the citizens. He said that this government does not mistrust the citizens and that is why, many layers of verification of documents have been removed and many facilities like birth certificate, life certificate for pension are being delivered through technology without middlemen. Steps like the abolition of interviews in Group C and Group D recruitment, an online and faceless procedure in services ranging from gas cylinder booking to tax filing are reducing occasions for corruption.

The Prime Minister said this approach of trust and technology has strengthened efficient governance and ease of doing business. He remarked that many outdated rules regarding permissions and compliances for the businesses have been removed and, at the same time many strict laws in accordance with present-day challenges have been brought. He remarked that much more compliance requirements are intended to be removed and said that most of the permissions and compliances have been made faceless and procedures like self-assessment and self-declaration are being encouraged. GeM, the government e-marketplace has brought transparency in e-tendering. Digital footprints are making investigations easy. Similarly, PM Gati Shakti National Master Plan will remove many difficulties related to decision making. He emphasized that in this march of trust and technology country’s trust in the institutions and officers of CVC, CBI is critical. “We should always keep the motto of nation-first foremost and always judge our work on the touchstone of public welfare and public concern”, he said. He added he will always back such a ‘karamyogi’ whose actions meet these criteria.

The Prime Minister shared his views on ‘preventive vigilance’. He said that preventive vigilance can be achieved with alertness and can be strengthened through technology and experience. Along with technology and alertness- simplicity, clarity, transparency in the processes will go a long way for preventive vigilance. This will simplify our work and save the resources of the nation, he said.

The Prime Minister exhorted the officer not to flinch from taking action against the corrupt and ensure that there is no safe haven for anyone who deceives the country and countrymen. He asked them to remove the fear of the system from the minds of the poorest of the poor. He also called for deliberation regarding technological challenges and cyber fraud.

Recalling his Independence Day call for simplification of laws and procedures, the Prime Minister called upon CVC and CBI and other anti-corruption institutions to remove such processes that come in the way of new India. “You need to strengthen New India’s policy of zero tolerance for corruption. You need to implement laws in a way that poor come close to the system and the corrupt moves out of it”, the Prime Minister concluded.