UP Polls: Amit Shah joins war of abbreviations with ‘KASAB’

Samarth Srivastava
Published on: 22 Feb 2017 4:20 PM GMT
UP Polls: Amit Shah joins war of abbreviations with ‘KASAB’
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Gorakhpur: One thing which is stealing the limelight in the election campaigning most is the war of abbreviations among the political parties. It was the turn of Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah, moving one step forward, termed Congress, SP and BSP as 'KASAB'.

"The Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party have left public high and dry in the last 15 years. Now, Congress has also come for more destruction. UP people will vote for BJP to get rid of this KASAB, which means- 'Ka'for Congress, 'S' for SP and 'B' for BSP," said Amit Shah while addressing an election meeting here.

Taking on Congress, Shah said it ruled over the country for years but it asks what Prime Minister Narendra Modi done in two-and-a-half years. “Congress ruled over the country for 60 years, but did not let the country prosper,” said Shah.

He warned people of the state not to get misled by the two princes (SP chief Akhilesh Yadav and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi), as they have joined hands to execute more scams in Uttar Pradesh

What else Amit Shah said?

  • Public is satisfied with the works of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
  • People of UP have tested both SP and BSP, and now they know that it is only BJP which wants to develop the state.
  • Number of murders, rapes and abductions has seen a steep rise under the SP rule.
  • SP’s goons have blatantly been indulged in land grabbing.
  • The criminal elements will run away from the state once BJP comes to power.
  • Will waive off all the loans of the farmers.
  • Farmers’ crops will be brought at handsome prices.
  • Slaughterhouses will be closed.

Samarth Srivastava

Samarth Srivastava

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