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Congress not visible even with a binocular: Amit Shah

Shah flagged off 'Vijay Sankalp Rath Yatra' in Karnataka

Amit Shah Union Home Minister Amit Shah | PTI

A day after the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its allies won the Assembly polls in Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya Amit Shah on Friday said that Congress could not be "seen even with a binocular".

While addressing rally in Bidar in poll-bound Karnataka, Shah said that PM Modi's magic works everywhere be it Northeast, Gujarat, UP or Karnataka.

He flagged off BJP's 'Vijay Sankalp Rath Yatra' in the state.

While arriving in Karnataka, Shah paid respects at Guru Nanak Jhira Sahib Gurudwara while arriving at Bidar and flagged off the first "Vijay Sankalp Rath Yatra from Anubhava Mantapa in the state's Basavakalyan area in Bidar.

Shah will also visit the safe city Command Centre in Bengaluru around 7 pm, and participate in the launch of the Bengaluru safe city project from Town Hall in the city as well.

BJP and its allies had secured 32 of the 60 seats in Tripura, over the Left Congress alliance and Tipra Motha. With the alliance of National Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP), BJP retained power in Nagaland too.

In Meghalaya, CM Conrad Sangama's National People's Party (NPP) is set to form the government with BJP alliance.

“The level of Congress is falling day by day under Rahul Gandhi's leadership. These people are raising slogans 'Modi teri kabar khudegi' and AAP say 'Modi Tu Mar Ja' but God will not listen to you as people of the country are praying for PM Modi's long life,” Shah was quoted by ANI.

“It was said that BJP cannot enter Northeast, but for the second time the government of BJP and NDA is being formed there. PM Modi's magic works everywhere be it Northeast, Gujarat, UP or Karnataka, it works everywhere,” Shah added.

“Results of the assembly elections were declared yesterday (March 2) and Congress has been wiped out from these states and they have lost in such a way that they are not even visible with a binocular,” he said.


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