Rahul can not apologise to save Amit Shah: MPCC

BJP chief Amit Shah took on the Congress over the Mecca Masjid blast case acquittals

BJP chief Amit Shah took on the Congress over the Mecca Masjid blast case acquittals

BJP president Amit Shah is visiting IT city Bengaluru on Wednesday to work out strategies to counter Congress president Rahul Gandhi and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah who are playing appeasement politics to the hilt. "It needs to decide as to what level it will stoop to target its political opponents", Shah told a rally in Rae Bareli's GIC ground, where rebel Congress MLC in the UP Vidhan Parishad Dinesh Pratap Singh joined BJP along with his three siblings.

"We will develop it as an ideal constituency and a model district", he said.

In his brief address, Shah said, "the time has come to overthrow the Siddaramaiah government and install the BJP government and strengthen Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his nation-building mission". He added that Rae Bareli was a classic case of a constituency which always witnessed "parivarwad" and not "vikaswaad". The saffron party is waging a decisive battle and having intense fight with Congress to recapture power. He praised Yogi Adityanath's government for working for the farmers, taking on criminals, assuring security to the female community and providing jobs to the youth of Uttar Pradesh.


Shah charged that Rahul tried to bring bad repute to Hindu culture by coining and using terms like "bhagwa aatankvaad" (saffron terror). "Perhaps for the first time in the history of India, four Supreme Court Judges came to media protesting against the chief justice of India Deepak Mishra", Haokip said.

Congress launched a scathing attack on the ruling BJP at the Centre yesterday when it said that the BJP was adopting "cheap tactics" ahead of the Karnataka Assembly polls so as to get people's sympathy in a "filmy manner". No one can hide the truth.

Shah said that in a state, which was known for its lawlessness under previous regimes, rowdy elements started fleeing as Yogi Adityanath assumed office.

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