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People should be wary of 'mahamilavat': PM Modi on opposition alliance

RAIPUR: Taking potshots at the attempts to cobble up a mahagathbandhan (grand alliance) in opposition to the BJP, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday asked folks to guard in contrast 'mahamilavat' (extremely adulterated) dispensation.

In his maiden public rally after BJP lost power within the state closing 12 months, Modi mentioned top Congress leaders have been embroiled in criminal tangles.

"Most members of the (Gandhi) family are either out on bail or have obtained anticipatory bail," the Prime Minister mentioned, right through the rally at Kodatarai in Raigarh district.

Congress has betrayed and cheated Chhattisgarh farmers over the loan waiver within the state, he mentioned. For electoral gains, Congress comes up with the promise of loan waiver in every ten years, he added.

Loans of simplest those farmers who availed them from cooperative and rural banks have been waived, he mentioned.

"What about loans of those who had borrowed from nationalised banks? Are they not entitled to the loan waiver," he mentioned.

"Why did the Congress not inform people about the criteria for the loan waiver? This is cheating," he mentioned. "What about farmers who borrowed from 'sahukar' (private moneylender) and relatives. Who will waive their loans? In the name of the loan waiver, Congress has benefited 'bichauliye' (middlemen)," he mentioned.

Modi mentioned the Congress government has made up our minds to obstruct the CBI within the state. "If someone has not done anything (wrong), will he be afraid of an investigation," he asked.

"Can any agency enquire without any reason?," he mentioned. "People have no problem in this (CBI probe) but the Congress has," Modi mentioned.

By opting out of the Ayushman Bharat scheme, the Congress government in Chhattisgarh has deprived poor of healthcare, Modi mentioned.

"I have come amidst you to get a new mandate for a new India," Modi mentioned.

India's poverty has began to say no due to efforts of the BJP-led government, Modi mentioned.

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