"This Election Is Between Nation First Or Family": PM Modi In Karnataka

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'This Election Is Between Nation First Or Family': PM Modi In Karnataka

PM Modi addressed rallies in Maharashtra and Karnataka today.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi this afternoon stepped up attack on Congress in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar and he asked the voters to choose between an honest "chowkidaar" and a "corrupt naamdaar", in an apparent reference to the Gandhis. PM Modi also spoke in Gangavathi, Karnataka 

Here are the highlights of PM Modi's rallies in Maharashtra and Karnataka

  • "I am glad the entire nation is speaking in one tone. This faith is my strength and it is because of the confidence people have in me that I have been able to take big decisions. It's for you to decide if you will vote for an honest chowkidar or a corrupt namdar": PM Modi 
  • This chowkidar has ensured terrorists are scared. We have sent across the message that any mistake by these people can be extremely detrimental for them. This chowkidar will search them from any corner of the world and punish them: PM Modi
  • The nation is witness to Congress's "Tughaq Road Election Scam", our youth are watching too. The money that could be spent on welfare of children with malnutrition has been looted and spent on party's welfare. The cash recovered from the raids is a proof of what Congress is actually capable of: PM Modi in an apparent reference to raids on aides of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath 
  • Once Modi government returns, all farmers will be benefited by PM Kisan Yojana. The farmers, who toil hard all day long, will get pension after they turn 60: PM Modi 
  • Congress is talking of revoking special privileges for Army in Jammu and Kashmir. Those who are voting for the first time, I want to ask them - is it okay if nation's security is compromised: PM Modi
  • This is an election between "nation first or family first. Congress and JDS are detached from people and attached to their own family


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