Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday launched Stinging attack on the Congress, TDP, the DMK and other political rivals joining hands against the BJP, but spared the mention of AIADMK, keeping open the option of the alliance with Tamil Nadu’s ruling party. Modi on Sunday invoked the legacy of late Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N T Rama Rao to question TDP president Chandrababu Naidu's move to align with the Congress, saying NTR's "Atma" would be "hurt" on seeing this in Guntur. Addressing a BJP rally in Guntur, Modi questioned the rationale behind Naidu's plan to tie up with Congress, reminding him that his party's very existence was born out of the 'insult' meted out to his father-in-law by the grand old party.
Modi’s second visit to a fortnight to Perumanallur near Tirupur in TamilNadu. Addressing the large gathering of people Modi said, “They said Modi government is a Failure. But they are forming a big alliance to defeat Modi.” Terming the opposition parties coming together as 'Maha Milavat’, an adulterated club of the rich joining hands to promote their dynasties, Modi said the people of Tamil Nadu and India would reject them.
Adding to the above lines Modi in an apparent reference to senior Congress leader P Chidambaram, Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Tirupur taunted him as a "Recounting Minister' of the UPA regime, describing him as 'Arrogant'. At last, Narendra Modi claiming that opposition parties are good at one thing that is to spread panic and they are misleading youngsters and workers about BJP party.