Deve Gowda: PM Narendra Modi's praise won't lead to BJP-JD(S) alliance

Deve Gowda: PM Narendra Modi's praise won't lead to BJP-JD(S) alliance

Deve Gowda: PM Narendra Modi's praise won't lead to BJP-JD(S) alliance

This election is for the future of youth and farmers, and protection of women and children of Karnataka.

Udipi: Prime minister Narendra Modi indicated that BJP has kept a door open for rapprochement with Deve Gowda's JD (S), which is expected to emerge as a kingmaker in case the election throw up a hung assembly.

He also attacked the Congress upon the remark of one of its leaders in which the Indian Army Chief Bipin Rawat was compared to a "goonda" (goon).

"Contribution to Congress state governments 8,500 crore Farm Loan waiver 0 Rs". In Karnataka, 56 per cent people are dependent - directly or indirectly - on farming. He, however, did not name the MP.

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He alleged that due to the apathy of the Congress government farmers in Karnataka could not benefit from the Fasal Bima Yojana. Modi said, "It looks like people of Karnataka are ready to attend my rally in the scorching summer heat in huge numbers but they can no longer tolerate the rule of Congress party in Karnataka". So when Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his much-hyped and greatly anticipated campaign in Karnataka by addressing a rally in Santhemarahalli town of Chamarajanagar district, Siddaramaiah was not just listening to Modi intently but also offering a point-by-point rebuttal, pointing to the many gaps in his speech, posing questions where necessary. PM Modi will address public meetings at Bengaluru (North), Ballari and Kalaburgi.

"Forgetting the national heroes, patriots and history is the nature of a family in the Congress. (Jawaharlal) Nehru and V K Krishna Menon insulted General (KS) Thimayya, who had to resign. The welfare of farmers is our primary responsibility". "It has been our way of thinking". He said, "Congress is polarising the society of Karnataka".

The chief minister, it seems, had made a decision to use Twitter as a weapon early on in this high-stakes battle. "I want to ask the Congress, where did your candlelight march go when this was happening in Bidar?" asked PM Modi.

The crowd at the airport and the onlookers on the sides of the road leading to the city late at night were an indication that coastal Karnataka was getting into poll mode. Modi declared that empowering farmers is crucial and said his Government has increased minimum support price of farm produce oen and half time the cost of production.

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