In the coming LokSabha elections, you will see an insensitive alliance of Dhanadhya clans – Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has termed it as a “nefarious alliance” while speaking on Sunday on a grand coalition led by Congress led by the Congress for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. According to him, this coalition has been done by various political parties to save their existence. While conferencing video conferencing from booth workers in Chennai Central, Chennai North, Madurai, Tiruchirapalli and Tiruvallur constituencies in Tamilnadu, Modi said that in the coming 2019 Lok Sabha elections you will see an absurd alliance of Dhanadhar clans.

According to the Prime Minister, the main constituent group of the main alliance, Chandrababu’s Telugu Desam Party was formed by the late Chief Minister NT Rama Rao against the excesses of Congress but now the party is keen to join hands with the Congress. Similarly, some parties in the general body claimed to be inspired by socialist leader Ram Manohar Lohia. But he (Lohia) himself was against the ideology of the Congress. “Today, these people are talking about the big coalition from the Congress. This coalition is for personal ambitions, not for people’s aspirations.

Modi said that many parties and leaders of the coalition say that they are inspired by Lohia, who were themselves anti-Congress. Without mentioning anyone directly, Modi said that many leaders of the coalition were arrested and tortured during the Emergency. He said that nobody has been spared from the ecosystem of Congress.

Modi also cited Tamil Nadu’s immediate Chief Minister M. G. Ramachandran’s dismissal of the AIADMK government in 1980, while Ramachandran got support from the people. According to him, the coalition of selfish people created by opposition parties against the BJP in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Are there.

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