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Prime Minister Modi slams Congress and BRS, with 'maha loot' and 'buri nazar' jibe

By News   Desk

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a scathing attack on the ruling Congress and opposition Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) during a poll rally in Telangana's Nagarkurnool, accusing them of shattering the dreams of the state's people.

Addressing the gathering, Modi asserted, "Congress and BRS have shattered all dreams of Telangana." He further criticized the parties, referring to BRS' alleged 'maha loot' and Congress' 'buri nazar', implying mismanagement and malfeasance.

Modi contended that the Congress has failed to deliver on its promises and cannot work for the welfare of the state. "They gave the empty slogan of 'Garibi Hatao' yet took no action to uplift the poor," he remarked, emphasizing the need for transformative governance.

Accusing the opposition of obstructing Central government initiatives, Modi highlighted schemes aimed at benefiting marginalized communities and farmers. He condemned Congress and BRS for their alleged protests against these initiatives, branding their actions as corrupt politics disguised under the guise of social justice.

Describing Telangana as the 'gateway of South', Modi reiterated his government's commitment to the state's development. He emphasized that Telangana's progress remained a priority for his administration at the Centre.

Modi concluded his address with a bold assertion of victory for the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), suggesting overwhelming support from the electorate. "Even before the formal announcement of the election dates, the people of the country have declared the results. The country has announced: 'Abki baar 400 paar'," he declared, signaling confidence in a decisive victory for the NDA.