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PM Modi in Tamil Nadu: Oppn net want to take the office to line their pockets | India News


COIMBATORE / PUDUCHERRY: Promising to give ‘governance with compassion’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the BJP election campaign from Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu on Thursday with a strident attack on the DMK-Congress combining them to label them as corrupt parties that cannot provide good government to Express.
Earlier in Puducherry, Modi harshly criticized the recently dissolved Congressional government of V Narayanasamy, stating that its priorities were misplaced and that it was busy serving in high command of Congress in Delhi, disappointing people and shattering their hopes and dreams.
At the Coimbatore rally, Modi said the NDA seeks to provide good government, while the opposition was known for bad government plagued with corruption. “For the opposition what matters are personal gains. They want to take power to line their pockets, “said Modi.
Flanked by the high-level leaders of the BJP, Pon Radhakrishnan, CP Radhakrishnan, Vanathi Srinivasan, L Ganesan and the state head of the BJP, L Murugan, the prime minister mocked the style of operation of DMK and Congress. “Their leaders sit down and argue about looting. Their meetings are like hackathons of corruption. Those who come up with more innovative ideas are given jobs and ministry, ”he said.
In attacking the DMK, Modi said that the party’s policy style is based on intimidation and harassment. Whenever DMK comes to power, they promote the culture of strong men, and in every district, they have antisocial elements that annoy innocent citizens. He alleged that the DMK men would engage in extortion from the public. “It is women who suffer from this culture. All TN knows how DMK treated Amma Jayalalithaa, ” Modi said in an apparent attempt to woo the women.
Modi also took the opportunity to court farmers and small industrialists, highlighting that the Center had taken a series of measures to benefit MSMEs and small farmers, which were ignored by the opposition parties. Modi also pointed out that the way the NDA government worked in the Center and the Tamil Nadu government was a classic example of cooperative federalism. He said that people sent a clear message in the past elections that they want development-oriented governance.

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