Kerala Elections

CP(M) and Congress are covering each other’s Corruption in Kerala says Modi

CP(M) and Congress are covering each other's Corruption in Kerala

Narendra Modi asked the people to ponder about their future and not just change the regimes, as he “continued his tirade” against ruling LDF and UDF. He said that both the parties had failed in providing drinking water to them so far.

In Kerala, while addressing a rally he said that both Congress and CP(M) are covering each other’s corruption and also added that people will get to know that governments work when they don’t win the elections.

“Kerala is surrounded by water but still there is no drinking water here. India will next year complete 70 years of her freedom. Both Congress and Communists have ruled the state by turn (all these years) but they are not concerned about even providing drinking water,” PM Modi, whose party has so far played a marginal role in state politics, said.

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Narendra Modi asked the people about those who have failed to provide basic things like drinking water, should be elected or not. He said that both Congress and other parties coexist when it comes to being involved in the corruption.

“These people have decided to taste power for five years in rotation. This way, they decided not to look each other’s sins and open their files (expose corruption),” he said.

“You need to think if you just have to change the government or your future also,” PM Modi exhorted the crowd.

At Kasaragod poll rally, have also attacked the two parties by saying that in kerala, both these political parties were “ insulting “ the educated crowd of Kerala via the politics of adjustment.

“A new model of politics has come up in Kerala. It is an adjustment politics, politics of compromise, politics of corruption and politics of contract to save each other,” he said at the election meeting at Kasaragod.”

He added that it is an agreement between LDF and UDF. It is based on premise that for five years you rule and for another five years they will rule. In the state, this how these two parties are alternating there power.

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He also mentioned previous cases of corruption at the Centre of Congress- UPA.

And the UDF government in Kerala. During the rule of UPA, there are various cases of corruption for eg 2G, 3G and scam of coal in Delhi, and the corruption of the Solar energy.

In the last general elections, people are not tolerating elections and this is evident how Congress is reduced to 40 members of the Parliament. Under Rajiv Gandhi (1984) Congress had 400 seats, but now it has only 40 M.P.s are left.

Mentioning a remark of the then prime minister Rajiv Gandhi that when Centre releases one rupee for a state, only 15 paise reaches it, PM Modi asked, “Who is stealing off the remaining amount?”

During the last 2 years, under the rule of government there was not even one case of corruption.

In order to abolish corruption, steps were taken up by the NDA . A system of providing gas subsidy was made directly to the beneficiaries.

The main mantra of the government is corruption and development free government.

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