Slamming the Maha Opposition alliance as a 'club of rich people' to promote their dynasties, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday sought to know the rationale behind such an alliance when they had oft-repeatedly been stating the BJP-led NDA government was a failure and that it would be defeated in the ensuing Lok Sabha poll.
Addressing an election meeting in this western belt of Tamil Nadu, from a dais modelled like Parliament, Mr Modi said 'our friends in the Opposition are very panic and they say that Modi government is a failure'. 'They said Modi has done nothing and that Mr Modi is going to be badly defeated...but still they have formed a big alliance to defeat Modi', he said.
The opposition's agenda was only to defeat Modi and they keep saying this government would be defeated, he added. Mocking at the Maha alliance, Mr Modi sought to know the agenda of this so called alliance and on what issues they were fighting (the polls) and said 'No one knows what is their focus and vision behind their alliance'.
Dubbing the opposition alliance as 'Maha adulteration', Mr Modi said people of Tamil Nadu and the whole country knew very well about it and said it was a 'club of rich people trying to promote their dynasties.' They neither understand poverty nor have vision to serve the poor, Mr Modi said and added that the aim of the Opposition was to spread panic and time and again try to misled the farmers, workers and the younger generation of the Nation.