Modi Calls Opposition Parties ‘Maha Milavat’
Prime Minister Narendra Modi attacked opposition parties on Sunday and called them ‘Maha Milavat’ which is an adulterated club of the rich joining hands to promote their dynasties.
He also said all opposition parties joined hands just to oppose BJP but they didn’t have any agenda for people welfare.
"They say Modi government is a failure. But they are forming an alliance to defeat Modi,” he questioned.
Speaking about Rafale deal, Modi said that it was the Congress which was associated with several scams in the defense sector, but not BJP.
“For them, it was to help their friends and brokering deals,” Modi added. BJP wants India to be self-sufficient in defense production and so the government is creating two defense corridors and of them, one was in Tamil Nadu, where industries and investment opportunities for youth will be enhanced.
Though most of the time in his 20-minute speech was spent on targeting Congress, he has spoken a few positive words about late Congress leader Stalwart K Kamaraj.
"NDA runs the government the way late Kamaraj wanted, with zero tolerance towards corruption”, Modi said.