K'taka: Auto driver offers ride for Re 1 to celebrate Modi government's 2nd anniversary

Kundapur (Karnataka), May 27: As Modi government completed two years and moved into third year, to mark celebration, an auto driver from Udupi district's Kundapur taluk only charges Rs 1 as minimum charge till 5Km.

For Satish Prabhu this is not the first time. He has been doing so since Narendra Modi assumed prime ministerial post on May 26, 2014. "I offered similar auto rikshaw ride for two days when Modiji was elected as the prime minister of our country," Prabhu says in his shy voice. He spoke to OneIndia through telephone.

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First time was to celebrate the victory of BJP and its top leader Narendra Modi. When Modi regime completed a year and stepped into second year, Prabhu again announced this auto rikshaw ride bonanza for the people of Kundapur. "Modi has been working in the direction of developing the nation. In order to popularise his efforts I reiterated the ride concept," Prabhu said.

For a question on are you satisfied too with the Modi's work all through his second year of government, he answered obviously. In comparison with previous governments, Narendra Modi is doing well. This is the reason why Prabhu is offering the ride yet again. But this time with a day extended to make it 3 days since government is turning up to third year.

To substantiate Prabhu's claims of Modi's good governance, he said there are no allegations of corruption so far against the government. It can be seen, Modi toiling for the betterment of nation. He is working for the people. Not all can change in two years or three years. "We have to give more time to Modi to bring a massive turn around.

Satish Prabhu, a BJP supporter also said, he wish to see BJP regaining Karnataka that lost to Congress in 2013 assembly polls. When asked who is his favourite leader for CM candidate in Karnataka, he opined there are no favourite leaders, but top brass should appoint a good leader to bring change in the state.

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