Opposition 'unhappy' with me over India's rapid global strides: PM Modi

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THENI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a broadside towards the Opposition Saturday, saying the DMK, Congress and their 'mahamilavati' buddies can't settle for strides India has made and subsequently have been "sad" with him.

Taking a swipe on the DMK-Congress mix, he stated those that have been "sworn enemies" have joined palms, regardless of the nationwide social gathering having "humiliated" its southern ally up to now.

"At the moment India is quickly making a mark on the earth. The Congress, DMK and their mahamilavati buddies can't settle for this. That's the reason they're sad with me," he stated at an election rally right here.

The Prime Minister has been describing the opposition 'mahagatbandhan' (mega alliance) as 'mahamilavati,' which means adulterated.

Taking pot photographs at DMK President MK Stalin's proposal naming Congress chief Rahul Gandhi as Prime Ministerial candidate, Modi stated there have been no takers for this among the many opposition "as a result of they're in line to be PM and dream of the submit."


"Some days in the past, DMK supremo (Stalin) projected the Naamdar (dynast--Gandhi) as PM (candidate) however nobody was prepared to simply accept it, not even their mahamilavati buddies, as a result of they're in line to be PM and dream of the publish," he stated, with out naming anybody.
Regardless of previous "bitterness," the Congress and DMK have joined arms, he stated and recalled that the nationwide celebration had "humiliated" the southern ally earlier, apparently referring to the dismissal of the DMK authorities prior to now.
Even through the 2G spectrum allocation rip-off, centered round then Telecom Minster A Raja of DMK, the Dravidian get together's leaders have been criticising the nationwide social gathering, which was main the ruling UPA, he identified.
"In an try and mislead the individuals, all of the corrupt have ganged up in an try and defeat Modi," he added.

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