On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the opposition was trying to remove him from the post of Prime Minister but he was desperately trying to remove corruption, poverty, and terrorism from India.

During an election rally in Karnataka, PM Modi said that “anyone who has the blessings of 125 crore people, why should he fear anybody, be it Hindustan, Pakistan, thieves or the dishonest. India and 125 crore people have given me this strength.”

While addressing a public gathering in Kalaburagi, PM Modi referred to February 26’s air strike by IAF fighter jets targeted the biggest terror training camps of JeM in Pakistan’s Balakot.

The Prime Minister continued, “The world is witnessing a new kind of courage. It is not Modi’s but that of 125 crore people of India.”

Called the grand opposition alliance or “mahagathbandhan” as a “mahamilavat”, PM Modi said that India wants to form a strong government and not a “helpless” one with “remote-controlled” Chief Minister.

He alleged, “Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy is a remote-controlled CM. The Congress-Janata Dal-Secular alliance has come to power by backstabbing people.”

PM Modi further alleged that the two political parties had promised a farm loan waivers for voter but had “forgotten” the promise after seeking power.

The Prime Minister accused the state government of doing injustice to farmers by not coordinating in the implementation of the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi, which is a central government beneficiary scheme for farmers.

“If the state tries to create a wall, the farmers of the state will demolish it,” added PM Modi.

The Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme has announced in 2019 Budget, offers direct annual income support of Rs. 6000 per year in three installments to 12 crore marginal and small farmers in the nation.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also said that the development of the Northeast was BJP government’s top priority.

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