In Goa, Trinamool wants to split Hindu votes: PM Narendra Moditext_fields
Akhilesh Yadav's Samajwadi Party was also criticized by PM Modi at a rally in Kanpur for "looting Uttar Pradesh day and night."
According to him, "These people gave free hand to mafias. These dynastic families would assign different regions to their family members. If they had their way, they would have made mafiaganj mohallas in every city."
These people come to the election with new partners every time. Those who change their partners, can they help you? Those who don't trust their partners, how can they trust? After losing the election, they blame their partners.
You'll see how they start to blame each other after March 10 when they lose the election, he said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today claimed the Trinamool Congress publicly claimed it was trying to split Hindu votes in Goa.
He urged the Election Commission to pay attention to the situation. Elections are being held today on the 40 seats in BJP-ruled Goa, where the Mamata Banerjee-led party is seeking to grow its majority.