As the Karnataka poll date inches closer, an opinion poll conducted by ABP has projected ruling Congress to emerge as the single largest party in a hung Assembly.
"Prime Minister Modi only says his "mann ki baat" but doesn't listens to what the country has to say to him" said Congress President Rahul Gandhi.
In Bangarapet, Modi lashed out at Rahul over his aspiration to become the prime minister. He won again from the same constituency in 2009 and 2014.
Of the 225-member lower house, including one nominated, election to the Jayanagar seat in the capital has been countermanded due tothe death of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate B.N. Vijaya Kumar on May 4.
Leading the charge for the BJP, Modi claimed people of Karnataka had made a decision to "uproot" the Congress and "punish" it for its wrongdoings, and that the party was already trying to find excuses like faulty EVMs for its "impending" defeat. She had planned to take on Modi government on the rising inflation rate and the communal tensions in the state.
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That video, Finance Minister Thomas Isaac said, was taken during the campaign before the 2013 state election in Karnataka. They keep indulging in dividing the society.
Rahul attacked the BJP and RSS, likening them to the Islamist organisation Muslim Brotherhood, and saying their agenda was to come to power, and capture institutions. "We are asking them to now give us a chance", he said. "The BJP and Modiji are strongly opposed to our projects, including the rural job guarantee scheme", she said, referring to the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act that has ensured jobs for millions of rural people. "Our young and energetic Karyakartas are doing commendable work at the grassroots level and popularising the good work of the Central Government among people".
Earlier this week, Prime Minister Modi while addressing a rally in poll-bound Karnataka alleged that the state is a "seedha-rupaiah sarkar", hinting at Siddaramaiah directly.
Meanwhile, Sonia Gandhi will address a public meeting at Vijayapura at 03:00 pm.
Modi, who addressed rallies at Vijayapura, Koppal and Bengaluru, accused the Congress of pursuing the policy of "divide and rule". The results will be out on May 15.
Shah claimed many Hindus were "murdered" in Dakshina Kannada district but nobody was even arrested.