India has deeply understood the mannerisms of Congress: Modi

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]s Karnataka assembly election date nears, campaign is getting intense and attacks are getting sharper with the ruling Congress, the BJP and the Janata Dal (Secular) leaving no stone unturned to win trust of voters who will cast their votes on May 12.

On the penultimate day of campaigning on Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the four rallies and Congress president Rahul Gandhi is holding corner meetings in Bengaluru.

Speaking in Bangarapet, Narendra Modi said, “This election is not just about who becomes or does not become an MLA. It is an election to decide the fate of Karnataka and its youth.”

Modi said that the entire country has deeply understood the mannerisms of the Congress. “Wherever there was an election in India, Congress (lost). What will happen on May 15,” he said.

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“There are the six evils that the Congress has brought on the nation – Congress culture – Communalism, Casteism, Crime, Corruption, Contractor system. These 6 C’s are destroying that future of Karnataka,” Narendra Modi said in Bangarapet.

“During the UPA government, there was one prime minister and one remote control. In the NDA Government, our remote control and the high command are the 125 crore people of India,” he added.

When I am making toilets at such a large scale, am I making them for the rich? No, it is only for the poor. Those born with golden spoons will never understand the aspirations of the poor, says the PM.