BJP Chief Amit Shah – People in Karnataka are fed-up of Congress, would elect BJP in next elections
Bangalore: BJP Chief Amit Shah – Modi has conquered entire nation; will arrive in Karnataka
Bangalore: BJP National President Amit Shah is on a 3-day visit in Karnataka with the purpose of preparing the party for the forthcoming assembly elections in the state.
Shah sounded the poll buggle saying “victory chariot” of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, after conquering the entire nation in the north, will arrive in Karnataka next year.
Shah said, “I have been touring all the States for 3 days each to strengthen BJP at the grassroots level. But in Karnataka I have come here for another reason: to root out the corrupt Congress government. No BJP worker can rest until the Congress government is brought down in the State, fighting elections under the leadership of B.S. Yeddyurappa.”
“I am hopeful that the way the party, for the last five years, has been fighting against the corrupt, oppressive and polarising rule of the Congress, the people of this great state of Karnataka have decided to vote the BJP to power,” Shah said.
“I have come here amidst BJP workers to realise Ab Ki Baar, BJP Sarkar (This time, a BJP government) resolution,” he added.
“And when it arrives, I am confident that Karnataka will ensure its (BJP) victory in the south,” he said to the cheering crowd.
The BJP chief appreciated the party’s high performing role as the opposition to the “corrupt” Congress government.
He expressed hope of being elected to power in the state by the people of the state.