Karnataka: Narendra Modi invites Deve Gowda to settle down in Gujarat

Narendra Modi
Bangalore, April 13: Prime Ministerial candidate of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) -- Narendra Modi on Sunday, April 13 held a rally at Chikmagalur in Karnataka. Speaking at the rally, he invited JD(S) supremo and former prime minister of the country HD Deve Gowda to settle down in Gujarat.

Gowda recently vowed to take "political sanyas" if Modi-led BJP gets maguc figure, i.e. 272+ seats in Lok Sabha election. Taking a dig at Gowda, Modi said, "Deve Gowda ji says if Modi becomes PM I will leave Karnataka. He is like a father- if you have to leave Karnataka come to Gujarat."

"I will welcome you and make arrangements wherever you want to stay. Gujarat is ready to welcome you," added the Gujarat Chief Minister while continuing his statement.

I will welcome you, make arrangements wherever you want to stay: Modi to Gowda

The Gujarat CM also confirmed that he will meet South superstar Rajinikanth in Chennai. He, however, did not disclose any political reason behind their meeting. Modi said, "Today I am going to be going to meet Rajnikanth ji and wish him for the new year."

Criticising Congress-led UPA government and Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul Gandhi, Modi said, "Congress' politics is centered around ensuring people continue to face problems."

"Ten years is a very long time but Madam and Shahzada are bothered about the chair over everything else," he added. Urging people to vote for BJP, Modi added, "Do you want a Government that can't fulfil it's promises or a Government that can't govern? Need of the hour is strong Govt."

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