Sunday was the last day of PM Modi’s campaign in Karnataka election campaign. The PM took out an 8 km roadshow in Bengaluru on Sunday morning.
He then addressed two rallies in Shivamogga Rural and then in Nanjangud. In his last rally at Mysore’s Nanjangud, the PM referred to the famous Srikanteshwara Swamy temple here and said that he is blessed by God, due to which he had the strength to bear all the abuses hurled at him by his opponents during the election campaign.
The PM also referred to Kharge’s statement in which he was compared to a snake. PM said- This time the opponents even called him a snake but they do not know that I have got the power to drink poison from Srikanteshwar Swami.
PM Modi reached the famous Sri Srikanteshwara Swamy Temple in Mysore at 7:30 pm. Here he ended the election campaign by worshiping Srikanteshwara Swamy.
PM Modi gave these big statements in Nanjangud, Mysore…
You must be wondering from where does Modi get the money for development, it is your money which was earlier looted.
Today India’s system has become a top 5 economic power, during this time India created new records of foreign investment every year.
When the double engine government was formed in Karnataka, annual foreign investment in the state increased 3 times as compared to earlier.
The Congress party which gave false guarantees should tell what happened to the guarantee they had given to remove poverty 50 years ago.
The royal family of Congress has said that they want to protect the sovereignty of Karnataka. When the country is free then whom to protect?
Now the Congress is openly advocating the separation of Karnataka from India. The disease of tukde-tukde gang would reach so high in Congress, , I did not even thought.
Before Nanjangud, PM Modi held a rally in Shivamogga. Here the PM, replying to the appeasement politics of the Congress, said – The BJP government is sincerely working to take our ancient culture and heritage to the new generation. But the Congress governments did politics of appeasement in this too. The Congress either left every symbol of our faith and spirituality in a state of disrepair or allowed them to remain in controversies.
The PM started his last campaign in the Karnataka election campaign with a road show on Sunday morning.
The PM also told later that he had done the roadshow in the morning because the NEET exam was to be held there, so that the candidates appearing for the exam did not face any kind of problem.
He took out the road show in the morning. Please tell that this road show was of 8 km.
Karnataka will vote on May 10 and counting of votes will take place on May 13.
The direct contest in Karnataka is between the BJP and the Congress. Small parties have increased the concern of the third force JDS. These parties are influencing the election campaign of these three parties a lot.