Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah today went back to one of the most troubling topics on the campaign trail: the issue of Kashmir.
Speaking at Davanegere on Tuesday, Amit Shah went back to one of the most troubling topics on the campaign trail the issue of Kashmir. “For as long as there are BJP karyakartas, Kashmir will remain a part of India,” he said, adding that it did not matter what Rahul Gandhi and Omar Abdullah were saying.
Shah hit out repeatedly against the Congress-JDS alliance government in Karnataka, saying that chief minister HD Kumaraswamy is one to say that Sonia and Rahul Gandhi have made him chief minister and not the people.
Various ideas work in Kerala. I was fascinated by the confident feelings of confronting Kerala with confident history without fear of history. The BJP is seen as a model for other countries. Amit Shah said the last day about the two countries. India will be like those nations, Amit Shah says But Kerala is not like what Amit Shah says. You’re not above us. Not below. We’re all together. Kerala tells other countries that we respect you.