Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday mounted his attack on the Congress over the issue of Dalit upliftment in the country and alleged that both Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi did not like when Ram Nath Kovind, a Dalit, became the President of India.
"The Congress shamelessly questioned the valour of our armed forces when they conducted the surgical strikes".
Modi said it was then that he learnt that they were Naamdar, as they had been prime ministers for generations, "they will not accept a kaamdar like me". "Wake up Congress leaders, at least if you don't want to listen to listen to the poet Kuvempu, who said Karnataka is the daughter of India".
The Karnataka elections were a contest between the Congress' "misdeeds and people's aspirations", the PM said.
"For politics of vote bank, Congress celebrates jayanti of Sultans instead of celebrating veer Madakari Nayaka", said Modi accusing the grand old party of insulting the memory of fearless sons and daughters of Chitradurga.
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Mr Modi addressed his fourth and last rally of the day in Hubbali where he said, his Government has sped up Government machinery and delivery system has improved. What is the deal between these two parties,"the Prime Minister said here". No wonder Congress is angry on me and abusing me.
He said that the Congress for the sake of votes would celebrate the Jayanti of Sultans but not of those who celebrate have sacrificed their lives for the country.
This was Prime Minister's third rally out of the four rallies scheduled for Sunday.
PM Modi also blamed the Congress for "distorting history" as part of a conspiracy to divide the society. "Make it a clean sweep for the BJP and send this chief minister home as he only goes around giving clean chits", Modi told the crowd. "Reject the Congress that plays such politics even over drinking water", he said. BJP has, however, grabbed the opportunity to hit back at Pakistan and accused it of indirectly helping the Congress party.
Addressing a public rally in Raichur today, he said that farmers suffer due to lack of water, but Siddaramaiah Government indulged in corruption in implementing irrigation projects. "Besides, we don't need any lessons on nationalism from either Modi or the BJP".