His first stop was Tumakuru where he hit out at Congress for the plight of farmers and the poor in the country. He alleged that the Congress, for years, spoke about poverty eradication only to garner votes. It did nothing on ground and neglected farmers and the poor over 7 decades.
Alleging that the Congress and the JD(S) have entered into a secret pact for the Karnataka Assembly polls, Prime Minister said that H D Deve Gowda’s party was “protecting” the Congress. He said that people of Karnataka are fully aware that Congress wants power in the state not to serve but to fill the coffers of a select few sitting in Delhi. He said that the support for BJP in Karnataka continues to increase.
Continuing his attack on the Congress in Gadag, PM Modi said that Congress . Come 15th May, the Indian National Congress will become the PPP Congress. It will be reduced to a Punjab-Puducherry-Parivar party. Congress is being rejected all over India. He said that Congress that once ruled from Panchayat to parliament is now confined to few states only. Due to their ego, they lost elections one after another elections
After wrapping up in Gadag, Prime Minister reached Shivamogga. BJP leader BS Yedurappa is contesting elections from Shivamogga’s Shikarpura constituency. Addressing the rally at Shivamogga, Prime Minister Modi alleged Congress follows a secret tender system to give tickets to its candidates.
He questioned the party for allegedly selecting even the Chief Minister on the basis of the money power of the candidate. He warned the people of Karnataka to be alert to this corruption ridden system.
Prime Minister addressed his 4th and last rally of the day at Mangaluru. He said Congress is so used to spreading lies and that it is unable to digest any party speaking the truth. He also hit out at opposition for raising the issue of EVM tampering.
With just one week of campaigning left, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is leading the BJP’s charge in KArnataka. He is leaving no stone unturned to expose the Siddaramiah led Congress government for its inefficiency and corruption.
The final choice however lies with the voters in Karnataka. All eyes are now on the results that will be out on the 15th of May.