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Koratagere (Karnataka)Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge on Sunday said the party is making every effort to unite various political parties in the country to face the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi together in the coming days. .
He urged the people to oust the BJP government in Karnataka and form the Congress government in the upcoming assembly elections in the state. He said that if the Congress government is formed in the state, work will be done on the development of all parts and the state.
Kharge said, “We are trying to unite various parties to fight together against the BJP. Addressing a party meeting here, he said Modi would not become the prime minister with 51 per cent vote share as the BJP got only 37 per cent votes in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Targeting the government on unemployment, price rise and other issues, he said, “Prime Minister Modi should say what he has done for our kingdom.
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Kharge was addressing a meeting of Tumakuru district level Congress workers in Koratagere. Accusing the BJP of creating a rift in society, he said the ruling party was encouraging clashes between Hindus and Muslims and between different castes. He said, “The government of such a party is in the center as well as in the state. Instead of the development and welfare of the people, what uniform to wear in schools, what to eat, these are their main issues. Kharge said, “Uproot this BJP government for a happy and better future. All of you (people) should take this resolution and bring Congress back to power.”
Kharge said that wherever the Prime Minister goes, he criticizes the Congress and its leaders. He said, “Instead of criticizing only the Congress, what have you done for the country, you should also tell about the corruption of your party’s government.” He said, “Congress gave freedom to this country, we were not afraid of British, will we be afraid of you (BJP)?” We will continue to do everything possible to save democracy and the constitution.” (Agency)