Narendra Modi Attacks Congress during Karnataka Rally

February 18 06:41 2014

modi1Karnataka, Tuesday, February 18 – Narendra Modi, the prime ministerial candidate of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) raised his pitch while addressing massive rally in Karnataka on Tuesday when preparations for the upcoming general elections of 2014 are in full swing.

The cops of the state made enormous arrangements for the safety of Modi and the huge populace that gathered at the venue to take note of Modi’s view on his chief contending party Congress. More than 2,000 personnel were deployed to check out security measures in Davangere and Mangalore, where rallies were addressed after certain interval of time.

In the midst of tight security, he took a dig at beehive comment of the Vice President of the Indian National Congress Rahul Gandhi. Accusing Sonia Gandhi’s party, the Chief Minister of Gujarat stated that it is Congress that is accountable for causing chaos in parliament, not Bharatiya Janata Party.

While addressing the massive crowd, he later cited that corruption and Congress are twins.  In a fierce attack, Modi said further that Congress has ignored safety of the women and it is also misleading the country. The BJP’s prime ministerial nominee mentioned that the Congress has made the national capital a state of rapes. He even sharpened his attack on Telangana issue and did not spare Sonia and Rahul, saying that both mother and son had no time to visit Andhra Pradesh.