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Modi attacks Rahul and hierarchy politics, seeks support for safeguarding democracy


Santhemarahalli, Karnataka, Launching a tirade attack against Congress President Rahul Gandhi and accusing the Siddaramaiah government of being corrupt and non performing Prime Minister Narendra Modi set the tone for the BJP campaign for May 12 elections urging people to shun hierarchical polity and usher in a people's government. Addressing the first of the 15 election campaign meetings that will see him crisscrossing the State for five days during his last phase of campaign, in this old Mysore region Mr Modi accused the Siddaramaiah government of even terrorising the bureaucrats who found it difficult to function and how could people live safely under such regime. He said that since last five years there was neither law nor order in the State and charged the Congress of promoting hierarchial polity even in the State by promoting the wards of politicians to fight elections much to the frustration of party workers. He told Mr Siddaramaiah that the 2+1 or 1+1 polity will not succeed highlighting that Mr Siddaramaiah was contesting from two constituencies while his son in one so that even if he loses his son might continue the legacy. Similarly wards of a number of Ministers are also in the fray promoting politics of family in the state. But the BJP would ensure that people's politics will not prevail in the state. In a personal attack on Mr Gandhi he said that the Congress President was more keen on promoting himself, while his government was keen to perform.

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