LDF has betrayed Kerala like Judas betrayed Jesus Christ: PM Modi in Kerala

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed an election rally in Palakkad forward of the meeting elections in Kerala.

Slamming opposition events on his marketing campaign path for the upcoming meeting polls, PM Modi stated the Left Democratic Front (LDF) authorities has betrayed the state like Judas betrayed Jesus Christ. He stated, “Judas betrayed Lord Christ for a few pieces of silver. LDF has betrayed Kerala for a few pieces of gold.”

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PM Modi said that the fastened match of the United Democratic Front (UDF) and LDF goes to be rejected by Kerala in the forthcoming Assembly polls.

Speaking at an election rally in Palakkad, PM Modi stated, “For many years, the worst kept secret of Kerala politics was the friendly agreement of UDF and LDF. Now, the first-time voter of Kerala is asking- what is this match-fixing? People are seeing how UDF and LDF misled them.”

“I want to tell the LDF and UDF. Your lathis will not scare us. If you abuse our culture, we will not be silent spectators. Our state unit President Surendran Ji was arrested and ill-treated by the Kerala government. What was his crime? That he spoke for Kerala’s traditions,” the PM stated.

“I have come among you to seek your blessings for the Bharatiya Janata Party in the upcoming state elections. I have come here with a vision that is refreshingly different from the current situation in Kerala,” the Prime Minister stated and added that the folks of Palakkad have had an in depth bond with our Party.

Over the previous few years, the politics of Kerala is seeing a significant shift, PM Modi stated and said that the transfer is being pushed by the aspirations of the youth, particularly the first-time voter in the state.

‘Metro Man’ E Sreedharan, BJP’s chief ministerial candidate for the upcoming state Assembly polls, welcomed the Prime Minister forward of the speech in Palakkad.

Elections for 140-member Kerala Assembly will probably be held on 6 April. The counting of votes will probably be held on 2 May.

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