New Delhi: Responding on a query on the rising political violence in poll-bound state Karnataka, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said violence, in democracy, should not be allowed in any form, by any political party or ideology. He was interacting with the Karnataka’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Yuva Morcha Karyakartas (workers) via the Narendra Modi (NaMo) App

“The Opposition is protesting against every other issue, like from usage of Aadhaar to tampering of electronic voting machines (EVMs). However, the BJP is promoting the use of technology,” Modi said. Meanwhile, boosting the morale, the Prime Minister said that the youth of poll-bound Karnataka have proved their mettle in all fields.

Reacting to a question related to the opposition’s allegation of unemployment Pm said, “UPA is responsible for unemployment in the country. We are paying attention to the quality of education and quantity of opportunities. From roadways to railways, rural electrification to digital connectivity, we are working on all kinds of projects. All these sectors are labour-intensive. Until and unless we don’t employ people, the industry will not move forward.

Karnataka will go to polls on May 12 to elect its representatives for the 225-member assembly. The results will be out on May 15.