Escalating the battle in his eighth phase of campaigning in Karnataka, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief ministerial candidate BS Yeddyurappa of spreading Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) ideology across India. Reports say that Modi is set to address a total of 21 rallies in Karnataka, of which he has addressed six rallies in the past three days.
There has been no contribution from the Centre to the Congress-led government's Rs 8,500 crore contribution in farm loan waivers, Gandhi said on Twitter.
"A Congress MLA's son beats up innocent people and the government protects him.their leaders are drunk on power", he said, referring to lawmaker N A Haris" son Mohammad Nalapad, who beat up a man at a cafe in Bengaluru some time back.
Gandhi said that the Prime Minister's crop insurance scheme had made the "farmers suffer" while filling the coffers of the private insurance companies which have made "huge profits".
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"He (Prime Minister Modi) is campaigning in the state but he can't attack us on education because we have provided education right from kindergarten to children". It also has governments in Puducherry and Mizoram.
To stay in touch with the BJP workers and people, Prime Minister often holds discussions directly with them through the Namo App.
On Wednesday, Congress communications chief Randeep Surjewala cited official figures to contend that the promise of 50 per cent profit in addition to the minimum support price had been violated and that insurance companies had made a windfall profit of Rs 14,828 crore in 2016-17. Modi also said that all know what treatment Congress gave to the likes of Brig Cariappa and Gen Thimayya.
Gandhi said Modi should do as he says on issues such as depositing Rs15 lakh into the accounts of every Indian citizen. He said the Congress government wanted to build a steel bridge in Bengaluru, but in reality, it was a "steal bridge".