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Modi lists the ‘6 diseases of Congress’ that are ruining Karnataka

In a rally in Bangarapet, Karnataka, Prime Minister Modi launched another scathing attack on the Congress party on Wednesday. The Prime Minister said, “Congress is affected with 6 diseases and makes those 6 diseases viral wherever it goes. They are- Congress culture, Communalism, Casteism, Crime, Corruption, Contractor system. These six Cs are destroying the future of Karnataka.”

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The Prime Minister also attacked Rahul Gandhi for asserting yesterday that he was going to be Prime Minister next year should Congress emerge as the single largest party. He dubbed the Congress President ‘arrogant’. Narendra Modi also remarked that during the Prime Ministerial tenure of Manmohan Singh, the remote control of the PMO lay in 10 Janpath.

The Prime Minister also attacked the scion of the Gandhi dynasty in Chikkamagaluru for earning regular promotions without having any achievement to boast of.

During his campaign blitzkrieg, Narendra Modi has also dubbed the Congress party ‘anti Minority, anti-Dalit, anti-OBC’. He also asserted that the party used ‘women empowerment’ only as a mere propaganda tool. During Modi’s campaigns, his audience also dispelled the linguistic chauvinism that the Siddaramaiah government has tried to prop up for electoral benefits by demanding that uninterrupted Hindi speech from Modi without the translator breaking the flow of his speech. The Prime Minister has also regularly attacked the Congress for being apathetic to the plight of farmers.

Ayodhra Ram Mandir special coverage by OpIndia

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