Bengaluru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi ruled out possibility of hung Assembly after May 12 election Karnataka stating that it was a ploy played by the Congress to coverup its imminent defeat.
Before winding up his day's Electioneering schedule at Mangaluru on Saturday, Mr Modi said "there is no possibility of hung Assembly and he was very confident of BJP forming the next government in Karnataka once the counting of votes takes place on May 15".
Referring accusation for his move to demonetise high value currency, Mr Modi accused the Congress party leaders of being deeply affected by the process which exposed their black money.
After the polls the Congress will be reduced to a regional party and dubbed it as "Punjab,
Pudhucherry, Parivar (PPP)." This is the last bastion that the Congress will lose after a series of debacles it saw during the last four year after NDA came to power at the centre, he said.
Earlier, Mr Modi addressed election meetings at Tumakuru, Gadag and Shivamogga. He targeted the Congress for its poor performance in the last five years in Karnataka and in the name of development the Ministers had filled their coffers.
He pointed out the case of a senior Minister whose declared wealth had increased to over Rs 800 crore in the current election from Rs 75 crores declared in 2008.(UNI)