Economist PM led us to economic ruin: PM Modi

Economist PM led us to economic ruin: PM Modi

Economist PM led us to economic ruin: PM Modi

At an election rally on May 1 PM Modi had dared Rahul Gandhi to talk for 15 minutes about the achievements of the Karnataka government in any language, including his "mother's mother tongue".

Meanwhile, Mr Javadekar said that in Badami, they found a dairy from a Congress worker whihch gave details of people getting money from the Congress party and demanded that the badmai poll too should be countermanded. She said Modi may be a good speaker but speeches alone can not solve problems of the people.

"Modi ji is proud that he can make speeches well". If his oratory can fill hungry stomachs, he must speak more often. She said Prime Minister Modi is a good orator but speeches can not fill empty stomachs. Speeches can not empower women, cure those suffering from diseases, it can not create employment.

His only accomplishment in the last four years was to have undone the good work of the previous Congress governments, she said.

In Vijayapura, Prime Minister Modi launched fresh salvo against the Congress and raised questions on the grand old party's stand on women empowerment over Triple Talaq Bill.

Taking on the Siddaramaiah government over alleged corruption at the three rallies he addressed today, Modi said there was not even a single minister who was not facing accusations of financial irregularities. "We started Mahatma Gandhi NREGA scheme which was objected by the Bharatiya Janata Party and by Modi Ji", she added.

"What is your model of fighting corruption?"

In 2006, while addressing a rally in Varanasi, she had taken ill and had to be flown in a helicopter back to Delhi for immediate medical care. "Is that the model you will adopt?"

A large crowd gathered in Bijapur city to hear Sonia speak, hours after Modi held an impressive rally in the nearby Bableshwar constituency, where state water resources minister and popular Congress leader from Bijapur, M B Patil, is an MLA. "He (Modi) has insulted the people of Karnataka".

Sonia claimed Congress-ruled Karnataka was discriminated against as it got "too little" by way of central assistance for drought relief. This was like rubbing salting into the wounds of farmers. "Is this your "Sabka saath, sabka vikas"?" she asked.

She accused Modi government of not fulfilling its promises.

PM Modi said with defeat staring the Congress in the face, it is already busy trying to find excuses.

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