Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a dig at the Opposition on Wednesday by saying that the people of Karnataka were paying a heavy price for the small mistake they made in the May assembly elections that brought the Congress-Janata Dal (Secular) to power in the state.
The Non-National Democratic Alliance political parties were under attack as Modi and Amit Shah visited different parts of south India on Wednesday to address various public meetings.
Both Modi and Shah visited and addressed different parts of the south at the same time.
Modi asked the electorate to bring back the majority government at the Centre in the upcoming parliamentary elections while referring to the “small mistake people of Karnataka made.”
He claimed that the coalition partners have backstabbed farmers and fooled them for votes in the name of farm loan waiver, which the PM said is yet to be implemented.
He then spoke about his PM-KISAN scheme saying that his party has already paid the first installment ahead of the Lok Sabha Elections. He then said that those who are only interested in politics think that if the money is deposited in farmers’ accounts directly, the community will chant Modi’s name.
Alleging that the state government was withholding the beneficiaries’ list impeding the disbursal of benefits to farmers in Karnataka, the PM said this was the reason why Congress and the remote-controlled chief minister didn’t give any details of the farmers for PM-KISAN scheme.
Simultaneously, Shah took a dig at the anti-BJP opposition alliance in Nizamabad district of Telangana saying the same thing he often says at rallies that each leader of the Mahagathbandhan will be prime minister for each day of the week, as the parties still don’t know who their prime ministerial candidate is.