Cong can not defeat BJP in Assembly elections in MP, says Amit Shah

by Wade Massey May 5, 2018, 4:31
Cong can not defeat BJP in Assembly elections in MP, says Amit Shah

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Friday said Rahul Gandhi will not see a Congress party victory even if he uses binoculars, and asked party workers to be prepared with crackers to celebrate a win in Karnataka on May 15.

The handle has attacked everyone, from Siddaramaiah, to the Congress and last but not the least, their party president Rahul Gandhi. "We have also planned food processing plants for the benefit and growth of Karnataka farmers".

The document proposes to waive all farmers' loans up to Rs 1 lakh from nationalised and cooperative banks in the very first Cabinet meeting after the swearing-in of the new government.

"Modi Ji saves money from Petrol and gives it to 5-10 Industrialist Ministers".

Shah said Rahul owed an apology to the nation.

"His minister Piyush Goyal has not revealed to the nation that he owns a company, he keeps it hidden and earns crores of rupees from it, and Modi Ji is silent on the matter", he added on the corruption note.

Shah said the popular leadership of prime minister Narendra Modi and chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan notwithstanding, the assembly election has to be won on the strength of the party organisation. "This is an outright theft, though Modi Ji has maintained his silence on the matter".

Countering the southern state's Chief Minister, Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, who also took part in the conclave through video conferencing, said there is a wave of change in Karnataka and that the BJP is committed to building Bengaluru a centre of innovation. The focus will be on improving production and productivity, reducing production cost and wastage, increase value addition, price stabilisation, organic farming, integrated pest management and high unit value realisation in export markets.

The senior Congress leader said Mr Modi must understand that building lies was easy, but building cities is hard.

Shah said the party workers were not supposed to just work for the party's victory, they had to uproot the Congress.

The BJP manifesto also vowed to allocate Rs 6,500 crore to build houses for people from Scheduled Tribes and an additional Rs 8,500 crore for housing for the Scheduled Castes. If they want proof let them get from Pakistan where truckloads of dead soldiers of that country were removed, he added.

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