Addressing a press conference here flanked by three Union ministers, including Power Minister Piyush Goyal, he also charged the state government with non-cooperation over implementation of central schemes including UDAY, aimed at helping debt-ridden state power discoms.
Goyal had recently said that Chief Minister Jayalalithaa was "inaccessible" and criticised the state government for not joining the Centre's UDAY scheme. Projecting NDA as an alternative to AIADMK and DMK, Shah said, "The Narendra Modi government is committed to the welfare of villages, the poor and labour class. I am confident the people of Tamil Nadu will give priority to NDA in the polls."
"People should change this most corrupt government in India and give NDA a chance," the BJP chief said in a sharp attack on Jayalalithaa whose AIADMK has extended issue-based support to the Modi government in Parliament.
Shah, who will launch BJP's campaign at a rally here later this evening, alleged that the Centre was facing problems in implementing many schemes in the state like UDAY.
"UDAY, for instance, is meant to reach consumers but the Tamil Nadu government is not coming forward to implement it," he said.

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