Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday cautioned first-time voters against the ‘mission mahamilavat’, asserting that the opposition’s grand alliance does not want a government with absolute majority. Also Read - Bihar Poll Temperature Set to Soar With PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi's Rallies Today | Key Points

Addressing an election rally in Koderma, Modi also slammed the Congress, alleging that the party wants a weak government which it can “remote control”. Also Read - Wear Masks, Maintain Social Distancing: Modi in Message to Bengal For Durga Puja Festivities | Highlights

“The ‘mission mahamilavat’ is not in favour of a government with absolute majority at any cost. I want to caution all the first-time voters about their intentions,” the prime minister said. Also Read - Give Concrete Solutions, Not Plain Speeches: Congress Slams PM Modi Over His Address to Nation

Taking potshots at the ‘mahagathbandhan’ (grand alliance) and its leaders, Modi said they owe allegiance to nobody and are only interested in votes.

“They are just not interested in the development of those areas where they do not see their vote-bank,” he alleged.

An estimated 63.77 per cent of the 45.26 lakh electorate cast their votes on Monday in three Lok Sabha constituencies in Jharkhand.