Karnataka has decided to punish Congress in assembly polls: PM Modi

Udupi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that his government is working to transform the lives of farmers in Karnataka.

Addressing a rally at Udupi, the Prime Minister said, "It is the NDA Government that is working to transform the lives of farmers. The farmers of Karnataka are benefitting from the various initiatives of the Central Government."

The Prime Minister said that the BJP will leave no stone untured to fulfill aspirations of people of Karnataka. He also ensured all round development of the state.

Addressing the second rally on Tuesday after Chamarajanagara rally this morning, the Prime Minister said, "People of Karnataka have decided to punish the Congress in the assembly elections."

Prime Minister Modi said that he has received a lot of love from the people of Udupi and their is no language barrier between him and the people of the region. 

"Your love is such, that language cannot act as a barrier between us," the Prime Minister said.

PM Modi also thanked the people for waiting for his rally in scorching heat and added that he will repay the people's love with development.

"The way people of Udupi have had ushered their affection towards Jan Sangh and the BJP for so many years is heartening," the Prime Minister said.

PM Modi further said that his government has opened bank accounts for the poor. "Over 31 crores accounts have been opened under Jan Dhan Yojana," he added.

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at the venue of Udupi rally, he was welcomed with chants of 'Namma Modi'.

The Prime Minister started his Udupi rally by greeting the gathering in the regional language. He also said that he shares a special relationship with the region.

Polling for the 224-member Karnataka Assembly will be held on May 12, and results will be declared on the May 15.


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