PM Narendra Modi dubs Siddaramaiah govt "seeda Rupaiya (money first) sarkar"

PM Narendra Modi dubs Siddaramaiah govt "seeda Rupaiya (money first) sarkar"

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In a blistering attack on the Siddaramaiah government in Karnataka, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today dubbed it as "seeda Rupaiya sarkar" (money first) which should not be allowed to continue even for a minute. "It is now certain that this Karnataka government will go," he told a BJP farmers rally here, asserting that there was public anger against the Siddaramaiah regime. The rally was organised to synchronise with the 75th birthday of state BJP President B S Yeddyurappa, who is being projected as the partys chief ministerial candidate for the upcoming assembly elections in the state.

Charging that everything was happening for a price in Karnataka, Modi mocked the Siddaramaiah government as "a seeda Rupaiya sarkar". "You have such a chief Minister here. Some people feel that in Karnataka there is Siddaramaiah government. But the fact is that here there is seeda Rupaiya sarkar. In every thing there is seeda Rupaiya, only then work happens," the Prime Minister said.

Modi posed to the crowd, "You tell me do you want this seeda Rupaiya culture? Do you want seeda Rupaiya kaarnaama? Will a common man get justice only from this seeda Rupaiya?" "This seeda Rupaiya government has to go," Modi said, adding, there should be an honest government in Karnataka. "That is the reason now, that in Karnataka instead of seeda Rupaiya business there should be a government that listens to its p...

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