Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Yuva Morcha Karyakartas of Karnataka that violence in any form should not be allowed by any political party and violence has no place in the democratic system. PM Modi was interacting with Yuva Morcha workers through NaMo app on Monday.
At the outset, PM Modi who is addressing rallies across the state, said, "The enthusiasm that I am witnessing in Karnataka polls shows the interest of people in the election. It is the good luck of BJP that instead of people being heaped on us from above, our workers started working for people from the grassroots level."
PM Modi assured that 60 state of the art Namma BPO complexes and five world-class Sports Centres will be established after BJP's win in Karnataka." A corpus of INR 250 Crore for low-interest loans to encourage local entrepreneurs to set up BPO businesses," he added.
In question and answer session, Yuva Morcha GS asked PM Modi about BJP's response to political violence in the state. PM Modi replied, "Violence in any form should not be allowed by any political party or ideology in democracy and I appeal to BJP's youth karyakartas in Karnataka not to act in vengeance even when they have lost their several karyakartas in political violence."
"In 1984 there was a phase of violence after Indira Gandhi's assassination. Since then it seems violence has become a part of the political system. Our workers were killed in Tripura, Kerala, Karnataka. This doesn't suit democracy. Violence must be opposed," PM added.
About what should be the response to Congress' allegations to unemployment in India, PM Modi said that Congress has done nothing in 60 years of rule. he said, " I ask the Congress, did we (BJP) create unemployment in four years? Unemployment is legacy of previous UPA regime."
PM Modi stated, "We have improved our ranking in Ease of Doing Business. Under MUDRA banks have distributed 12 lakh crore loan without any guarantee to youths of the country. FDI in India has reached its highest level which is consistently increasing."
|Karnataka Assembly Election dates|
|Date of notification||April 17|
|Last date to file nominations||April 24|
|Last date to withdraw nominations||April 27|
|Date of polling||May 12|
|Date of counting||May 15|