‘Congress clearly failed to reach final’: Nalin Kateel on BJP victory in 3 states


Team Udayavani, Dec 3, 2023, 7:23 PM IST

Mangaluru: Member of Parliament Nalin Kumar Kateel asserted that the BJP victories in three states reaffirm the public’s trust in Narendra Modi’s governance.

“BJP’s clear majority in three states has once again proved that the people of the country have faith in Narendra Modi’s leadership,” said MP Nalin Kumar Kateel, reacting to BJP’s victory.

“Many Congress leaders, including Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, had said that the five-state election would be a semi-final. As the results show, Congress has failed to enter the finals. Congress leaders may now know who the real ‘Panauti’ is,” he said in a veiled reference to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s jibe.

He further said that the victory has strengthened BJP to win the Lok Sabha elections again. People have rejected the convenient alliance of the opposition parties. “No force can stop Modi from becoming the Prime Minister again,” he added.

 

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

3-fold rise in cyber fraud cases; educated individuals too falling prey

II PU exams commence today

BJP’s poll body meet to finalise first list of LS candidates concludes

‘Pro-Pak’ slogan: Chilli trader from Haveri district detained

Woman paraded nude in Belagavi district

Udayavani’s senior journalist Manohar Prasad no more

It’s a ‘sovereign decision’: MEA on denying entry to Indian-origin writer

Related Articles More

3-fold rise in cyber fraud cases; educated individuals too falling prey

II PU exams commence today

No monkey fever cases in DK, precautionary measures taken: Dakshina Kannada DHO

‘Pro-Pak’ slogan: Chilli trader from Haveri district detained

Udupi: Court issues notice to produce Nejaru murder accused for case hearing

MUST WATCH

Belkale chande team @Ayodhya

Namma Metro Staff Doesn’t Allow A Farmer To Travel Citing Dirty Clothes

A rare disease

Sasihitlu Beach

How diabetes cause problems in kidney


Latest Additions

Shreyas Iyer in spotlight as Mumbai take on Tamil Nadu in Ranji Trophy semifinal

Govt hikes windfall tax on crude petroleum, cuts levy on diesel

Fire at seven-storey commercial building in Bangladesh’s capital kills at least 45 people

IIT-Mandi developing quantum computer that will use photons for faster calculations

3-fold rise in cyber fraud cases; educated individuals too falling prey

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.