Jharkhand polls: Rahul Gandhi's campaign made victory easy for BJP, says Amit Shah
Criticising Congress and JMM for the prevailing state of affairs in Jharkhand, BJP President Amit Shah said Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has made BJP's victory easy wherever he went for campaigning.
Bokaro (Jharkhand): Criticising Congress and JMM for the prevailing state of affairs in Jharkhand, BJP President Amit Shah said Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has made BJP's victory easy wherever he went for campaigning.
"It had become easy for BJP to win the seats wherever Rahul had campaigned in the last parliamentary polls. This is also happening in the Assembly elections in Jharkhand," Shah said while addressing an election rally in favour of party candidate Madhav Lal Singh, a sitting MLA at Gomia in Bokaro district today.
Congress was concerned about the sea of humanity turning up at all rallies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he claimed.
"You have ousted the mother-son government at the Centre and now it is the turn of Jharkhand to dismiss the father-son duo and install a full-majority government of BJP," Shah said referring to the Sibu Soren-Hemant Soren regime.
While Congress had committed the coal scam, the Soren-government was indulged in the sand scam, he alleged, assuring the people that BJP would expose them and "punish the culprits".
Congress has been asking for a six-month account of the Narendra Modi government, but they should first give the country an account of their sixty-year rule, Shah said.