‘Tukde-tukde gang worried it will break if we’re back in power’: PM Modi’s jab at Oppn unity

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said opposition unity will become a thing of the past once the results of the Lok Sabha elections are declared.
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Updated on Apr 11, 2019 02:01 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByHT Correspondent

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday sharpened his attack on the opposition and said afraid of defeat in the elections they are spreading lies.

PM Modi said opposition unity will become a thing of the past once the results of the Lok Sabha elections are declared. “Tukde-tukde gang is worried that it will break if we’re back in power,” he said at a rally in Bihar.

Leaders from various opposition parties, including Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee, have said that there might be no elections if the BJP wins the Lok Sabha elections. Follow live updates

PM Modi said the opposition is scared because once the BJP comes back to power their corruption will be finished. “When Modi comes back again then their corruption will be completely finished, their dynastic politics will be finished, their loot in name of poor will stop, their politics of case and religion will stop,” he added.

The prime minister said his government has been making efforts to bolster the quota system introduced by Baba Saheb Ambedkar. “They are saying that if Modi comes to power again, elections would be done away with. All constitutional bodies will be under threat. And reservations will be done away with. The fact remains, this ‘chowkidar’ of yours has been making all efforts to strengthen the quota system introduced by Baba Saheb Ambedkar,” Modi said.

 

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Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Andaman and Nicobar Islands Bishnu Pada Ray, BJP
Andhra Pradesh
Araku Kothapalli Geetha, YSRC
Srikakulam Rammohan Naidu Kinjarapu, TDP
Vizianagaram Pusapati Ashok Gajapati Raju, TDP
Visakhapatnam Kambhampati Hari Babu, BJP
Anakapalli Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao, TDP (Now with YSRCP)
Kakinada Thota Narasimham, TDP
Amalapuram Pandula Ravindra Babu, TDP (Joined YSRCP in Feb 2019)
Rajahmundry Murali Mohan, TDP
Narasapuram Gokaraju Gangaraju, BJP
Eluru Maganti Venkateswara Rao, TDP
Machilipatnam Konakalla Narayana Rao, TDP
Vijayawada Kesineni Srinivas, TDP
Guntur Jayadev Galla, TDP
Narasaraopet Rayapati Sambasiva Rao, TDP
Bapatla Maluadri Sriram, TDP
Ongole YV Subba Reddy, YSRCP
Nandyal S P Y Reddy, YSRCP
Kurnool Butta Renuka, YSRCP
Anantapur JC Diwakar Reddy, TDP
Hindupur Kristappa Nimmala, TDP
Kadapa Avinash Reddy, YSRCP
Nellore Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy, YSRCP
Tirupati Varaprasad Rao Velagapalli, YSRCP
Rajampet PV Midhun Reddy, YSRCP
Chittoor Naramalli Sivaprasad, TDP
Arunachal Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh West Kiren Rijiju, BJP
Arunachal Pradesh East Ninong Ering, Congress
Assam
Tezpur Ram Prasad Sarmah, BJP
Kaliabor Gaurav Gogoi, Congress
Jorhat Kamakhya Prasad Tasa, BJP
Dibrugarh Rameswar Teli, BJP
Lakhimpur Pradan Baruah, BJP
Bihar
Aurangabad Sushil Kumar Singh, BJP
Gaya Hari Manjhi, BJP
Nawada Giriraj Singh, BJP
Jamui Chirag Paswan, LJP
Chhattisgarh
Bastar Dinesh Kashyap, BJP
Jammu and Kashmir
Baramulla Muzaffar Hussain Baig, PDP
Jammu Jugal Kishore, BJP
Lakshadweep
Lakshadweep Mohammed Faizal PP, NCP
Maharashtra
Wardha Ramdas Chandrabhanji Tadas, BJP
Ramtek Krupal Balaji Tumane, Shiv Sena
Nagpur Nitin Gadkar, BJP
Bhandara-Gondiya Madhukarrao Yashwantrao Kukde, NCP
Gadchiroli-Chimur Ashok Nete, BJP
Chandrapur Ahir Hansraj Gangaram, BJP
Yavatmal-Washim Gawali Bhavana Pundlikrao, Shiv Sena
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Manipur
Outer Manipur Thangso Baite, Congress
Meghalaya
Shillong Vincent H Pala, Congress
Tura Vacant, After Congrad Sangma became chief minister
Mizoram
Mizoram CL Ruala, Congress
Nagaland
Nagaland Tokheho Yepthomi, NDPP
Odisha
Kalahandi Arka Keshari Deo, BJD
Nabarangpur Balabhadra Majhi, BJD
Berhampur Sidhant Mohapatra, BJP
Koraput Jhina Hikaka, BJD
Sikkim
Sikkim Prem Nath Rai, SDF
Telangana
Adilabad Godam Nagesh, TRS
Peddapalli Balka Suman, TRS
Karimnagar Vinod Kumar Boinapally, TRS
Nizamabad Kalvakuntla Kavitha, TRS
Zahirabad B.B. Patil, TRS
Medak Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhar Rao, TRS
Malkajgiri Ch.Malla Reddy, TDP
Secunderabad Bandaru Dattatreya, BJP
Hyderabad Asaduddin Owaisi, AIMIM
Chevella Konda Vishweshwar Reddy, TRS (resigned in 2018)
Mahbubnagar AP Jithender Reddy, TRS
Nagarkurnool Yellaiah Nandi, Congress
Nalgonda Gutha Sukhender Reddy, Congress
Bhongir Dr. Boora Narsaiah Goud, TRS
Warangal Kadiyam Srihari, TRS
Mahabubabad Prof. Azmeera Seetaram Naik, TRS
Khammam Ponguleti Srinivasa Reddy, YSRCP
Tripura
Tripura West Sankar Prasad Datt, CPI(M)
Uttar Pradesh
Saharanpur Raghav Lakhanpal, BJP
Kairana Tabassum Hasan, RLD
Muzaffarnagar Sanjeev Kumar Balyan, BJP
Bijnor Kunwar Bharatendra Singh, BJP
Meerut Rajendra Agrawal, BJP
Baghpat Satya Pal Singh, BJP
Ghaziabad VK Singh, BJP
GautamBuddhaNagar Mahesh Sharma, BJP
Uttarakhand
Tehri Garhwal Mala Rajya Laxmi Shah, BJP
Garhwal Maj Gen (Retd) Bhuwan Chandra Khanduri (AVSM), BJP
Almora Ajay Tamta, BJP
Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar Bhagat Singh Koshiyari, BJP
Haridwar Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, BJP
West Bengal
Cooch Behar Partha Pratim Ray, Trinamool Congress
Alipurduar Dasrath Tirkey, Trinamool Congress
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