The Prime Minister also accused the Congress of bringing six evils to the country and not doing justice to the aspirations of the people of Karnataka, where assembly elections are to be held on May 12.
The BJP was responding to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah's recent remarks calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath "north Indian imports".
Sonia Gandhi launched a direct attack on Prime Minister Modi
“An FIR is being registered after nearly 9,746 voter cards were found in a flat in Rajarajeshwari Nagar constituency along with around one lakh counterfoils resembling acknowledgement slips used for addition of names into electoral rolls,” the state’s chief electoral officer Sanjiv Kuma...
Modi lashed out at the Siddaramaiah government over alleged corruption, saying there is not a single minister who is not facing allegations of financial wrongdoing.
This is the second time when the Congress chief has indicated his Prime Ministerial aspirations
As the electioneering has entered the final phase for the May 12 Karnataka Assembly elections, voters are debating about their choice. During 2013, JD(S) had won five out of seven seats in Hassan district, the rest two by Congress.
The notice comes days ahead of the May 12 assembly elections in the state that are seeing a close and bitter contest between the Congress and BJP.
Sonia is set to begin her campaign in Karnataka with a rally in Bijapur. This is the first time in about two years that the former Congress chief is hitting the campaign trail.
“At 45-degree temperature heat, I have seen the enthusiasm of people... it is rare to witness such level of enthusiasm... I can see that in Karnataka, people themselves are fighting the elections,” he said.