Amit Shah targets Congress from Karnataka, says Rahul Gandhi’s connection with ‘tukde-tukde’ gang

Union Home Minister Amit Shah was on a tour of Karnataka on Thursday. His visit is also being seen in connection with the upcoming assembly elections in the state. Elections are to be held for 224 assembly seats in the state in the coming few months. Amit Shah while addressing a huge public meeting in Ballari’s Sandur targeted the Congress fiercely.

He described Rahul Gandhi’s connection with the ‘tukde-tukde’ gang. At the same time, in his speech, Shah praised the leadership of PM Modi and said that India is continuously moving towards strength.

Appeal to people to trust BJP

During the public meeting, Amit Shah asked the people of Karnataka to repose faith in Prime Minister Narendra Modi and former Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa.

During this, he assured the people that BJP will give such a government which will get rid of corruption and will make Karnataka number one state in South India within five years.

Congress is associated with Tukde Tukde gang

Addressing a public meeting in Sandur, a Congress bastion in Karnataka, Amit Shah also targeted the Mallikarjun Kharge-led Congress party and the Janata Dal Secular. He said that the parties doing dynasty politics can never do good work for the common people.

Praising the Prime Minister, Shah said that on one hand the BJP led by PM Modi is taking India towards strength. On the other hand, there is the Congress led by Rahul Gandhi, which is associated with the ‘tukde-tukde’ gang.

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