Training his guns against the DMK-Congress combine, Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleged their meetings are like "corruption hackathons" where their leaders sit and 'brainstorm' on how to loot. Hitting out at the opposition, he said while its style of politics was "misgovernance with corruption" that of NDA was "governance with compassion." "Both methods are very different. For the opposition what matters is personal gains. They want to capture power to fill their pockets," he alleged. The only politics people will accept is politics of development and good governance and they want a government where fruits of progress reach the public, he said. "They want the anti-development forces (to be kept) at a distance," he said. Taking a swipe at the DMK-Congress combine in Tamil Nadu, Modi said their "meetings are like corruption hackathons" where "their leaders sit and brainstorm on how to loot." Watch the full video for more details.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that today country is seeing two distinct styles of politics- the opposition's misgovernance with corruption and NDA's governance with compassion. He slammed DMK and Congress by saying their meetings are like corruption hackathons. 'Their leaders sit and brainstorm how to loot," he said while addressing a public rally in Tamil Nadu's Coimbatore on February 25 ahead of the state assembly polls.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday dedicated to the nation key projects in Tamil Nadu, including the 2x500 mw Neyveli new thermal power plant, and laid the foundation stone for important initiatives in the state. The prime minister also inaugurated virtually a 709 MW solar power project of NLCIL and over 4,000 tenements in Tiruppur, Madurai and Tiruchirappalli, at an event attended by Governor Banwarilal Purohit, Chief Minister K Palaniswami and deputy CM O Panneerselvam. The prime minister also paid floral tribute to former Tamil Nadu chief ministers MG Ramachandran and J Jayalalithaa.
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Nation remembered former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa on her 73rd birth anniversary. Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid rich tributes to the former AIADMK veteran for her services to people. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam paid floral tributes to Jayalalithaa. AIADMK marked the occasion by organising state-wide events like medical camps, etc. VK Sasikala and TTV Dhinakaran also paid floral tributes to 'Amma' in Chennai. Born in 1948, Jayalalithaa served five terms as the CM of Tamil Nadu between 1991-2016.
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A former member of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Committee has sent a legal notice to the Tamil Nadu Arya Samaj Educational Society in Chennai, seeking an apology from the DAV School run by it for allegedly giving an exam question for Class 10 students, in which the protesting farmers were termed “maniacs” and “violent miscreants”.
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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam inaugurated temple in memory of former CMs J Jayalalithaa and MG Ramachandran in Madurai's Tirumangalam area. Large number of people also gathered in the event.
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