Shah again employs sarcasm against Rahul

Narsinghpur, MP, Nov 19 (UNI) Emphasising the difference between policies and leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress, the former party’s President Amit Shah today pointed out that his Congress counterpart Rahul Gandhi was addressing numerous poll meetings and taking Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s name many times during brief speeches.


“It is beyond comprehension whether Mr Gandhi is canvassing for the BJP and Mr Modi or for the Congress. The Congress chief is afflicted with Modiphobia,” he quipped while speaking at a rally in this district headquarters.

Alleging that uncertainty prevails in the Congress vis-a-vis both its chief ministerial candidate and its policies, Mr Shah said that prior to dreaming about formation of Congress governments in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, Mr Gandhi should look at the country’s post-2014 electoral results.


“Until 2003, this state witnessed power supply of three to four hours a day. The 2,900 MW electricity generation during Congress tenure was enhanced to 17,700 MW in BJP rule. Comparative irrigation figures are 7.7 lakh hectares and 40 lakh ha,” he said.


Addressing another meeting in Betul, Mr Shah said that infiltrators – whom the Congress treats as a vote bank – would be expelled.
“Congress state President Kamal Nath is a tired industrialist who has remembered the masses as it poll time,” he alleged.

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