ON THE CAM­PAIGN TRAIL

Mint ST - - POLITICS -

MINT GRAPHITI

ON CHAN­DRABABU NAIDU:

He is a se­nior in back-stab­bing his fa­ther-in-law (NTR, who Naidu took over the TDP from in the past) and he is a se­nior in los­ing elec­tions, but I am not.

ON KAR­NATAKA CM KU­MARASWAMY:

He is be­ing used as a punch­ing bag by Congress. He is threat­ened ev­ery day and he has pub­licly cried about his help­lessnes.

ON PRO­VID­ING FREE LPG CON­NEC­TIONS:

Congress was able to pro­vide only 12 crore gas con­nec­tions in the last 60 years, but our gov­ern­ment in the last four-and-a-half years was able to pro­vide 13 crore con­nec­tions un­der Ujjwala scheme.

ON OP­PO­SI­TION AL­LIANCES:

There’s no place for adul­ter­ation in a healthy so­ci­ety as ours. The peo­ple are go­ing to re­ject the ‘maha mi­lawat’ tak­ing shape among the op­po­si­tion par­ties.

say­ing ‘Modi No En­try’ and ‘Modi Never Again’ along the way to Vi­jayawada from the Gan­navaram air­port. Naidu will also con­duct a one-day ‘Deek­sha’ (strike) in New Delhi on Mon­day to de­mand spe­cial cat­e­gory sta­tus for Andhra Pradesh.

For the ‘Deek­sha’ protests, the state gov­ern­ment has booked two spe­cial trains to ferry about 2,000 TDP work­ers for a lit­tle over ₹1 crore. Peo­ple’s or­ga­ni­za­tion mem­bers and caste as­so­ci­a­tions will also take the trains to the na­tional cap­i­tal to par­tic­i­pate in the event.

Later ad­dress­ing a rally in neigh­bour­ing Kar­nataka, Modi took on

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