Modi pitches for full-majority Govt

PRIME Minister Narendra Modi urged people of Karnataka on Wednesday to elect a full-majority Government in the coming Lok Sabha election, stressing that a “mahamilavat” (highly adulterated) dispensation would deliver half results.

Reminding people that the country got a full-majority Government in Delhi after 30 years, he said, “If it (the Government) were half and incomplete, it would have performed half and incomplete. This (Government) is complete, it completes its works.”


At a public rally in the bastion of Mallikarjun Kharge, the leader of the Congress party in Lok Sabha, Modi spoke about India’s “dum” (guts) today, apparently referring to the IAF strike on a terrorist camp in Pakistan. “It was not because of Modi but because of the (resolve of) 125 crore people,” the Prime Minister said. Modi also spoke about the steps taken by his Government to plug leakages in welfare schemes and the transparency brought in to ensure that the funds reached the poor directly. “You will be surprised, in these fake or bogus names Rs 1,10,000 crore was going into the hands of middlemen every year. Now it has stopped.”


The Prime Minister unveiled several road and railway projects worth crores of rupees in Tamil Nadu that would reduce carbon footprint and cut down on travel time.

At a function in Kilambakkam near Chennai, Modi unveiled road projects in Vellore, Thiruvannamalai, Villupuram and Tirupur districts through video conferencing. Chief Minister K Palaniswami and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam were among those present on the occasion. Modi also laid foundation stones for five national highways projects which will pass through Villupuram, Cuddalore, Ariyalur, Thanjavur, Tiruvarur, Vellore and Kancheepuram districts. The highway projects, which include four-laning and six-laning, is worth Rs 5,010 crore.


The Prime Minister dedicated to the nation the 122-km two-lane section of NH-38 falling in Vellore, Thiruvannamalai and Viluppuram districts, and a 32-km four-lane section of NH-381 in Tirupur. The projects will benefit by way of reduced carbon footprints, fast and safe journey, reduced travel time, and fuel saving, an official statement said.

Not bothered about threats: Modi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that he was not bothered about threats and abuses against him and asserted that he would do whatever was needed to make India strong.


Citing a Congress leader’s remarks on ‘killing’ him, he said, “I am not bothered about threats and abuses. Will do whatever it takes to make India strong.” Lashing out at the Opposition, he said they are guided by politics and selfish interests and neither want a strong India or a strong armed force


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