Chennai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said he is not bothered about the “threats and abuses” of the Opposition as he has dedicated all his time to the nation and its citizens.
“Modi hatred among the opposition is reaching new levels daily. They have a competition -- who will abuse Modi most. Some abuse me and my family, some mock my poverty, some abuse my lower caste origins. Now, one Congress leader talks of killing Modi. But I want to tell them I am not bothered about their threats and abuses,” Prime Minister Modi said while addressing a rally.
“I am here to do my work. I am here to do whatever I can to make India strong and prosperous. Every drop of blood in my veins, every breath of mine, every second of my time is for India and 130 crore Indians,” he added.
Calling the Opposition’s grand alliance as “mahamilawat,” Prime Minister Modi said the people of India deserve to know their aims, agenda, and leadership.
“In a democracy, it is the right of the people to ask right questions. The people of Tamil Nadu and India deserve to know aims, agenda and leadership of ‘mahamilawat’. These parties that are coming together only to stop Modi should clearly state their plan for taking the nation forward,” the Prime Minister said.
“The culture and people of Tamil Nadu are remarkable. The beautiful language – Tamil – is one of the oldest classical languages in the world,” he added.
The central government is “making continuous efforts towards the development of Tamil Nadu,” he said.
“We are committed to creating a developed Tamil Nadu that Amma Jayalalithaa dreamt of. Our vision is ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas.’ The bond of humanity is bigger than all bonds. Whenever any Tamil person has faced a problem, anywhere in India or the world, we have been at the fore-front to help,” he added.