Flood situations in Bihar are making things worse for its citizens to carry on their day to day life. Heavy rains have till now taken the lives of 27 people in the last few days. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had discussed the situation with Nitish Kumar and has said that the center stands ready to provide all possible help to the flood victims. The statement coming from the PM was taken as “You show me the man and I’ll show you the rule”, a tilt interest politics. People in Karnataka protested Modi’s move on Bihar as discriminating factor for the flood-hit victims in Karnataka.
‘A Tilt politics’ says the citizens of Karnataka
Several parts of Bihar have been suffering from floods since the past few days. The total death rate caused by this natural calamity has climbed to 40. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday discussed the flood situation in Bihar with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and said the central government stands ready to provide all possible help.
PM Modi tweeted, “Spoke to Bihar CM @NitishKumar Ji regarding the flood situation in parts of the state. Agencies are working with the local administration to assist the affected.”
Spoke to Bihar CM @NitishKumar Ji regarding the flood situation in parts of the state. Agencies are working with local administration to assist the affected. Centre stands ready to provide all possible further assistance that may be required.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 30, 2019
This tweet has turned into an aggravation amongst the people in Karnataka as they demand justice for its people. Not a long ago Karnataka was also victimized by nature’s worse face. Many houses and buildings were damaged by the flood and people had no shelters to live. People accused the Prime Minister of showing feelings for people of Bihar and not Karnataka.
A twitter handler named @Suitcase Swamy wrote, “Bihar hit by a flood, the same day he responded, in Karnataka from past 4 months lakhs of the family became homeless and you @narendramodi don’t have time to meet a CM.
A user named Sachin Sanghe tweeted, Dear sir, pls look at #Karnataka flood victims also it’s been 2mnths n we are still waiting for relief funds. Disappointing that we didn’t hear a word from you about this. @AmitShah ji, @nsitharaman ji visited and yet nothing happened! We need your kind attention, sir, pls.
Dear Respected, @narendramodi @AmitShah how to withdraw the @BJP4India membership? After the stepmotherly treatment you guys are doing with Karnataka, we are ashamed to call ourselves as BJP members…#KarnatakaFloods
— ಕ್ವಾರಂಟೈನ್ಡ್ ಕೃಷ್ಣ (@cowinspector_) September 30, 2019
— Suresh N (@surnell) September 30, 2019
The government's trend has not yet come towards the flood affected people. Many people in Karnataka are affected by natural disaster. I request to the government to help people as soon as possible. @AmitShah @narendramodi #Karnataka
— Deepa Bansal? (@Deepa__bansal) September 26, 2019
When #hindiimpostion drama was played by fake Kannada Activists, majority of Kannadigas stood by @narendramodi .
But this time, the scene is different, everybody including Hardcore Supporters of @BJP4India are disappointed with the way @PMOIndia is treating Karnataka.
— ಅಲೆಮಾರಿ ಅಯ್ಯಂಗಾರಿ (@Sheshapatangi) September 30, 2019
In a nutshell : Biharis vote on issues and Kannadigas vote blindly for Modi’s charisma; and hence the treatment meted out to the respective states — while Bihar floods galvanised the PM, Karnataka floods didn’t even cross his mind once in these 50 days #ಮಾಡಿದ್ದುಣ್ಣಿ ಮಾಹಾರಾಯರೇ. https://t.co/I5KVvef4hM
— Ramachandra.M/ ರಾಮಚಂದ್ರ.ಎಮ್ (@nanuramu) September 30, 2019
BJP is going to wash out from North Karnataka in the next few years. Thank you Mr. Modi ji for contributing to the wash out of BJP in NK. Now, we will start fighting for NK State as Bangalore gets 8500 cr and NK got only 1500 cr. Let us be clear on separate NK State. https://t.co/g8GntzR70P
— VIJAYAKUMAR KAMMAR (@VIJAYAKUMARKAM9) September 30, 2019
We have given 25 MP's from Karnataka. Where is the justice sir?? Karnataka was a gateway for BJP in South India. If u dont look at Karnataka now, I am sure South India will permanently close the door for BJP!!
— Sachin Soonthodu (@SachinSoonthodu) September 30, 2019
& What about Karnataka ??? Will central stand with us ?? When will you release the Flood Fund to Karnataka ??
— Anjali Nataraj (@AnjaliKoundinya) September 30, 2019
There is a state called Karnataka
You made the same tweet for Karnataka
It's 50+ days we are still waiting for flood relief
— ಆದರ್ಶ Adarsh (@adarsh_938) September 30, 2019
— Santosh Kumar (@reach_santosh) October 1, 2019
— Amarnath Shivashankar (@Amara_Bengaluru) September 30, 2019
It's almost 2 months since floods caused havoc in the lives of N/Karnataka ppl. Elected reps who were supposed to be ur link to states completely failed to appraise u seriousness of the issue.
— Girish Alva (@girishalva) September 30, 2019