Congress wants to divide people in name of religion: Amit Shah
The second phase of polling in Bengal and Assam is scheduled on Thursday.
New Delhi: The second phase of polling in Bengal and Assam is scheduled on Thursday. Voting will be held in 30 seats in Bengal while votes will be cast for 39 seats in Assam. Earlier, the election campaign in these states came to an end on Tuesday. In Assam, Union Home Minister Amit Shah will hold three rallies under the third phase.
Amit Shah in Assam:
In Assam's capital Dispur, Home Minister Amit Shah said that Rahul Baba has made his manifesto according to Badruddin Ajmal. With a leader like Ajmal, can the Congress stop infiltration? Ajmal's eyes are on the border. Ajmal, why do you daydream, you will not get any key.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Assam's Kamrup said that it is his job to fight inside. A quarrel between the people of Assam and Bengal, a quarrel between Upper and Lower Assam, a quarrel between Bodo and Non Bodo, quarrel between Tribe and Non-Tribe is the hallmark of Rahul Baba's party.
Assembly Elections 2021:
In Alipurduar, Bengal, TMC MP Abhishek Banerjee targeted the Modi government. He said that every year West Bengal sends 75,000 crore rupees to the Central Government. But when they send Rs 1,000 crore for Amfan relief, BJP leaders say that it has been sent by Modi ji. This is our money, not the father of BJP leaders.
Amit Shah said that inside Kamrup district and Hajj, we have built 3740 houses of poor, of which more than 1200 houses of minority brothers. 1700 houses have been built under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana.
"We have promised that by converting the babu of Assam and Northeast into paper and other products, we will make the people of Assam self-reliant," Shah said. Banking facility will be made available in every village of Assam. As Assam becomes India's sports hub, work will be done to prepare Guwahati for the 2038 Asian Games.
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