‘Narendra Modi or Rahul Gandhi…Who will become PM?’ Amit Shah’s statement before the opposition meeting
Amit Shah Speech: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has called a meeting in Patna on Friday (June 23) regarding the future strategy of the opposition parties. Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah claimed on Thursday (June 22) in Durg, Chhattisgarh that once again the BJP will form the government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
During this, pointing to the crowd, he asked, ‘Who will become the Prime Minister in 2024 between Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi’. In response, the crowd raised slogans of Modi-Modi. Shah further claimed that in nine years, even the opposition could not accuse us of corruption.
Amit Shah has mentioned the name of Rahul Gandhi in comparison to PM Modi at a time when a meeting is about to be held on opposition unity. However, sources told news agency PTI that the face of the post of PM will not be discussed in the meeting of opposition parties. In this, there can be talk about the minimum common program agenda.
Amit Shah said, “PM Modi has done the work of securing the country within 9 years. Modi’s 9 years are 9 years of India’s pride, poor welfare and India’s progress. On the other hand, Congress has not done any work for the people.
Amit Shah accuses Chhattisgarh government
BJP leader Amit Shah said, “Rahul Gandhi used to say that don’t remove Article-370 from Kashmir, otherwise rivers of blood will flow.” Rahul Baba, Article-370 was removed from Kashmir and no one even dared to throw pebbles. He claimed that within 9 years, PM Modi has brought a lot of change. Sonia-Manmohan’s government lasted for 10 years. Scams, scams and corruption only happened in these 10 years.
Amit Shah accused the Congress government in Chhattisgarh of indulging in corruption in several areas and said that Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel should be ashamed of “betraying” the people of the state. Accusing the Congress government of increasing crime and corruption, he said, “The Baghel government was accused of a liquor scam of Rs 2,000 crore, coal transportation scam of Rs 500 crore, Gauthan scam of Rs 1300 crore, Public Service Commission scam.” There are allegations of several scams, including the District Mineral Foundation (DMF) scam.
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