Karnataka polls: Rahul Gandhi conducts roadshow in Bengaluru

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A day after Congress president Rahul Gandhi's admission that he is ready for the job of the prime minister, Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said, "Rahul Gandhi is the natural choice to lead the country as the prime minister of India".

"Those who are criticizing Rahul for expression of his desire, should defeat him in the polls instead of criticizing him", Raut said without naming Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

He also said "Congress culture, communalism, casteism, crime, corruption and contract system" were the six Cs "destroying" Karnataka's future.

When Rahul was asked recently whether he would become the PM or not, the Congress chief said he will if his party emerges as the largest political outfit in the next General Elections.

The NDA government, on the other hand, was undertaking initiatives that benefitting the poor, Modi stated, citing the construction of toilets across the country, under the Swachh Bharat Mission.

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"When (former Prime Minister) Manmohan Singh had his government in the Centre, the remote control was at the 10, Janpath (official residence of former Congress President Sonia Gandhi)", he said.

"Yesterday someone made an important declaration- he said, "I am going to be Prime Minister!"

While campaigning in Mandya district's Malavalli village, Siddaramaiah said public utilities like concrete roads, drainage, drinking water facilities, and other civic amenities had been developed by Narendra Modi. "How will the big leaders who attend these meetings react to this sudden announcement by one "Naamdaar" that he is going to be Prime Minister".

The pictured, shared by the Congress chief, highlights the numbers achieved by both the governments as Congress urged the voters to vote for the right party.

Rahul even predicted the BJP won't get more than five seats in Uttar Pradesh in the next General Elections against a collective opposition. He alleged that the Congress has resorted to "unethical and anti-democratic" ways to succeed in the Karnataka assembly polls. The results will be declared on May 15.

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