Cong dreaming of digging Modi's grave but people's blessings work as shield for me: PM Modi
Mandya (Karnataka), March 12: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday hit out at Congress, saying that while at Centre, the party left no stone unturned to ruin poor people. Further taking a dig at Congress for raising the slogan 'Modi teri kabar khudegi' (Modi, your grave would be dug), the PM said that Congress is dreaming of digging Modi's grave' while Modi is busy in building Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway and easing the lives of poor.
Prime Minister's comments came as he addressed a public rally at the inauguration event of the Bengaluru-Mysuru expressway in Mandya. "Before 2014, the Congress government at the Centre left no stone unturned to ruin poor people. Congress government looted the money which was for poor people."
"Congress is dreaming of 'digging Modi's grave' but they don't know that blessings of mothers, sisters and people of the country work as protection shield for me. They (Congress) leaders are busy dreaming of 'digging Modi's grave' while I'm is busy in building Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway and improving the lives of poor," PM Modi further said.
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He went on to say that during the Congress regime, the poor had to run from pillar to post to get benefits, but that under the BJP government, benefits are delivered right to their door.
PM Modi stated that much work is being done across the country to modernise infrastructure and that Karnataka and India are changing.
He stated that infrastructure brings more than just convenience; it also brings employment, investment, and means of earning.
"In 2022, India got a record investment. Karnataka benefitted the most. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, there was an investment worth Rs 4 lakh crores in Karnataka," the PM added.
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