"Without naming the BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, he said BJP's election campaign centered around one man. They are only talking big which has no basis and they are making promises which they can never fulfill, he said."
Hyderabad, April 26 - Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Saturday said that the statements of some BJP leaders show that dividing society is inseparable part of BJP's politics.

Addressing an election rally of the Congress at Bhongir town of Nalgonda district, about 50 km from here, he said the some BJP leaders through their statements openly tried to create a divide in the society.

Though BJP later tried to distance away from these statements, I believe attempt to divide the society is an inseparable part of BJP's politics. The statements have come at a time when some states are going to polls where BJP think politics of division will benefit them, the prime minister said at his first election meeting in Telangana.

He urged people to decide whether a party which divides the society should form the government and whether they will vote for a party which makes one community fight against the other.

Without naming the BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, he said BJP's election campaign centered around one man. They are only talking big which has no basis and they are making promises which they can never fulfill, he said.

Prime minister since May 2004, Manmohan Singh has already declared that he is not seeking a third term and will demit office after the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.


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