PM Narendra Modi who was speaking at a public rally at Kodatarai village in Chhattisgarh's Raigarh district attacked the Mahagathbandhan. Calling the Mahagathbandhan 'Maha-Milavat', he said that the only criteria to enter the coalition is to abuse him.
"Congress wants to make the Chhattisgarh an ATM. There are cases against the family members of Congress party leaders. They are either asking for bail or have received bail. Their chachas and mamas are being brought from abroad, there are attempts from all over the country to do milavat. This maha-milavat has only one criteria. If you abuse Modi a lot, then you can get an entry in the 'Maha-milavat'. They do not have any agenda for the country hence every second, they say 'Modi Modi'. People should be careful of the 'aha-milavat'. They do politics of corruption. They have no ideology of their own except corruption and joining hands with those who are corrupt," PM Narendra Modi said.
He added that the Chowkidaar of the country is alert of the corruption agenda of those in the gathbandhan.
"Let them do as much corruption as they want. Chowkidaar will not spare them," he said.
After his Chhattisgarh rally, PM Modi will now move on to West Bengal, while Rahul Gandhi who held a press conference amidst ED probe on Robert Vadra in benami property deals and P Chidambaram for the INX media case, hold a farmer's rally in Madhya Pradesh.
The Prime Minister will then lay the foundation stone of the four lanes (41.7 KM long) Falakata-Salsalabari section of NH -31 in the West Bengal's Jalpaiguri district, giving a fresh thrust to the BJP's campaign blitzkrieg ahead of the Lok Sabha polls amid escalating tensions with TMC chief Mamata Banerjee.
The rally, PM Modi's third in the state in a week, comes three days after Banerjee called off her sit-in protest against "politically motivated" attempts by the CBI to question Kolkata police chief Rajeev Kumar in the Saradha chit fund scam case in which several top TMC leaders are allegedly involved.
During his address in the Lok Sabha on Thursday, he said, "If there a government of the full majority, it can take decisions and with a faster pace. Maha-milawat is not going to reach here. The country has seen this situation for 30 years, the people wanting a healthy democracy will stay away from this."
"You can gather them in Kolkata, they won't be able to look at each in Kerala. This maha-milawat was thrown out in Uttar Pradesh," PM Modi added, citing the Akhilesh Yadav's SP and Mayawati's BSP alliance in the state without Congress," he said.