PM Modi hits back at Kharge's 'poisonous snake' remark with strong response
PM Narendra Modi Latest Update: On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi responded to Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge's derogatory 'poisonous snake' comment during a public meeting in Karnataka. PM Modi acknowledged the remark and stated that the Congress has abused him "91 times". He defended himself by saying that every time Congress abuses him, it gets demolished. Modi also criticized Congress for their history of abusing important figures like Babasaheb Ambedkar and Veer Savarkar.
During his visit to Karnataka, PM Modi addressed the issue of good governance
and the Congress' failure to deliver it to the people. He stated that the people of Karnataka have decided to answer the Congress' abuse through votes. Modi criticized the Congress for indulging in appeasement politics and for stalling development in the state. He also accused them of not understanding the struggle and pain of the poor.
PM Modi emphasized that the forthcoming elections in Karnataka are not only about emerging victorious but also about making the state the top-performing state in the country. The polling is
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scheduled for May 10, and the results will be announced on May 13.
A controversy ensued on Thursday when Mallikarjun Kharge, the Congress chief, compared PM Modi to a poisonous snake. However, Kharge later clarified that his comments were not aimed at the PM but at the ruling BJP. Despite this, Union Home Minister Amit Shah criticized the Congress and its leaders, saying that they have gone insane. He also pointed out that PM Modi is received with great respect all over the world and that
the Congress should not provoke people with such statements.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and a BJP leader, criticized the Congress party and its leaders, calling the SMS (Siddaramaiah, Mallikarjun Kharge, and Shivakumar) a threat to the development of Karnataka. He emphasized that only a government with double-engine power can rescue Karnataka from the detrimental policies of Congress.
PM Modi's response to Congress' abusive tactics highlights his dedication to serving the people of Karnataka and his unwavering stance against the Congress' divisive politics.