Indian PM Narendra Modi shows solidarity with Gowda ahead of Karnataka polls


Why did Modi suddenly praise Dev Gowda?

Political equations have begun to change as Prime Minister Narendra Modi's coming to the Karnataka electoral battle He has started his election campaign from May 1 and on the very first day on Tuesday, at the Udupi rally, surprised everyone by making anti-Janta Dal Secular (JDS) leader and former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda unexpectedly praising everyone. This is because the main fight in Karnataka is between the Congress, the BJP and the JDS. In such a scenario, with the praise of JDS leader, the conclusions of the possibility of synergy after the election between the two parties beginning to be imposed. In the past, both the parties have also joined the coalition.

Indeed, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the Congress president Rahul Gandhi in the back of the rally and said that insulting JDS Supremo HD Devgowda shows his 'ego'. Building a bridge of praise for the former Prime Minister in the election rally in Karnataka, Modi said that Devgowda is one of the most respected and most respected leaders who have great respect for him.

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PM Modi said, "I heard what Congress President has said in political rally 15-20 days ago ... the way in which he talked about Devgora ji ... is this your ritual? It is an ego. "The Prime Minister said," Your life (Congress president) has just begun. Devgowda is one of the leaders of the country. You are insulting him.

Modi said while attacking Rahul, "What do you think?" If their mood is like this ... the ego has reached the seventh heaven ... this is the beginning of life ... If he is doing this now then how bad it to come on the day ahead, it done to you The Prime Minister said that with such egoistic leaders, the Congress party is a "big danger" for democracy.

PM Modi said that there can be differences in politics ", but there is a limit in public life. Every person can have their own ego, but there is some value in social life. "He praised the former prime minister and described him as" the son of the Red, the son of the farmer ". PM Modi was pointing to the speech of Rahul's rallies in JDS stronghold areas In his address, in his address, attacking Devgowda, he described his party as the "B-team" of BJP.

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This comment of the Prime Minister important because such estimates made that there a fragmented mandate in the assembly elections and no party will get a majority on its own. JDS leader and Devgowda's son HD Kumaraswamy had earlier claimed among these political symbols that after the election, they would be 'not Kingmaker' but 'King'.

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Congress leader and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah had also claimed that Kumaraswamy had met the BJP President Amit Shah. He has also been accusing that there is a strategic agreement between BJP and JDS. However JDS denied this. Although Kumaraswamy's father Devgowda has said to a TV channel, if his son shakes hands with BJP, then he will end his relationship with them. Its to mentioned that for the 224 assembly seats of Karnataka, the elections held on May 12 and counting on May 15.

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