Narendra Modi in Chitradurga, Karnataka, accuses Congress of insulting Dr. BR Ambedkar

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is holding a bunch of rallies across the state every day, has intensified his attacks on Congress. BJP has, however, grabbed the opportunity to hit back at Pakistan and accused it of indirectly helping the Congress party.

Apart from education and liquor mafia, the mafia of cable, transfer and sand were getting stronger. He asked why is a Jayanti of Tipu and not these people which is being celebrated.

Prime Minister Modi said Siddaramaiah did not fulfil his poll promises and for the same, he must be punished in the upcoming assembly elections.

Earlier, speaking at a rally in Chitradurga, Modi said social welfare minister H Anjaneya had played politics over the issue of drinking water.

"Now they can not survive".

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".And in Karnataka?" he asked the crowd, which said the Congress will be ousted from power in the southern state as well.

Addressing a rally in Hubli, the prime minister called out the UPA government on the slow pace of development and said, "In 2011 under Sonia Gandhi's UPA only 59 villages were connected through the optical fibre". "Whenever an allegation of corruption against a minister is made, he immediately takes out a character certificate, writes the name and tells the people he is honest".

He warned the Congress leaders that "don't cross the limits of public life otherwise this is Modi and the repercussions will prove dearer to you". The prime minister said that his government at the Centre has the interest of the SC/ST community at heart and that they have worked to strengthen the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. Nijalingappa stood for the poor and Dalits, Modi also said. He shared that his tattoo shows his affection towards the Prime Minister and his work for the nation.

"From morning till evening they just say Modi, Modi, Modi. They are only remembering lord Basaveshwara as elections are nearing", Prime Minister Modi said and added that it was during former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's rule that a statue of the lord was put up in the Parliament. "The Congress is patronising the mining mafia in the state and we need to free people from this mafia", the Prime Minister said. "He loves defending the wrong kind of people", he said.