Opposition alliance opportunist: Modi


Dismissing the opposition alliance as “opportunist”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleged that these parties are coming together ahead of the Lok Sabha elections for practicing negative politics for their own existence.

However, the BJP was not in politics for “divide and rule” or building vote banks, the Prime Minister said, during his interaction with booth level BJP workers from Mayiladuthurai, Perambalur, Sivaganga, Theni and Virudhunagar in Tamil Nadu through video conference.

”We are here to serve the country in every possible way. On one hand, we have our development agenda and the vision of ‘sabka saath, sabka vikas’ while on the other hand there are opportunist alliances and dynastic parties. They want to build their own empires while we want to empower the people,” he added.

Modi said that success of his government had upset the opposition leaders and that was the reason they were busy in negative politics.

Expressing confidence that his party would do well in the Lok Sabha elections, Modi urged the workers to keep reaching out to different sections of society.


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