eNarada, Bengaluru, Sunday, February 4, 2018
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the countdown has started for Congress Government in Karnataka as it has failed miserably in providing able administration but indulged in massive corruption instead.
“The Congress government in karnataka is counting its days. To provide good governance, the BJP Government will be formed under the leadership of B.S.Yeddyurappa,” he said addressing the public meeting of Parvartane Yatre’s valedictory celebrations in Bengaluru on February 4.
Hitting Siddaramaiah government, Modi said while the central government is speaking about ‘ease of doing business’, the Congress-led Karnataka government is creating conducive atmosphere for ‘ease of doing murder’.
” Killing BJP workers have hurt the feelings of people and reply to this should be given through votes. It is the right time for Congress mukth Karnataka,” he said amid huge applaud and cheers.
Modi said BJP means development whereas Congress means Corruption, appeasement and dynasticism. He explained that Sand, Builder, Transport and various other mafia’s have taken shelter and earned a bad reputation as 10 percent Government, indicating without bribe nothing works.
Modi also said the Congress is trying to stall Triple Talaq Bill in parliament and they are trying to do the same with OBC bill. The Congress government is non-cooperative and does not join hands with centre to implement popular schemes.
“We aim to provide home to all poor and middle class families. Our government has sanctioned 3.36 lakh houses under PM Awas Yojana (urban). However, only 38,000 houses have been completed so far in Karnataka,” he rued.
Modi said during Congress regime, Karnataka got only Rs 73,000 crore but it is increased to Rs. 2 lakh crore by NDA Government.
Modi said Mudra Yojana, Jan Dhan Yojana, Ujjwala Yojana, Swatch Bharat Abhiyan, startup initiatives and various other schemes have been neglected by Siddaramaiah led congress Government, which is a great loss for people of karnataka.
” It is the top priority of central government to protect farmers by building infrastructure which facilitates easy ‘buy and sell’ process for agriculture produce. If Yeddyurappa, son of a farmer, becomes Chief Minister of Karnataka, the projects for farmers will work at its best because Yeddurappa has farmer’s best interest at heart,” he added.
Modi pointed out that new medical colleges are sanctioned, wellness centers are established and if BJP comes to power in Karnataka, all the welfare schemes will be implemented on a priority basis. Modi said soon 160 km-long suburban railway network with 28 stations, worth Rs 17,000 crore will come up in Bengaluru benefiting around 15 lakh commuters of the city.
The hour long speech by Modi thrown light on development issues. He received huge response from audience when he addressed them in Kannada language on several occasions.