Union Home Minister Amit Shah Targets Opponents and Talks About Various Issues

Union Home Minister Amit Shah Targets Opponents and Talks About Various Issues

Union Home Minister Amit Shah recently took a dig at the Samajwadi Party and Congress, suggesting that they are attributing their loss in the Lok Sabha polls to issues with electronic voting machines rather than accepting defeat gracefully. Shah confidently declared that the BJP has already surpassed the majority mark in the initial rounds of polling, dismissing any doubts about their performance in the upcoming elections.

During a public address in support of a party candidate, Shah ridiculed opposition leaders like Rahul Gandhi and Akhilesh Yadav, insinuating that they are likely to blame faulty EVMs for their anticipated electoral losses. He further emphasized the BJP's strong position in the polls, forecasting a meager seat count for their rivals and questioning the opposition's ability to form a stable government with multiple PM candidates in rotation.

Shah didn't shy away from addressing contentious issues like the dispute over Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, firmly asserting that the region belongs to India and vowing to reclaim it. He also referenced the Sahara scam, highlighting the allegations of regulatory violations through Ponzi schemes by Sahara group firms, a matter that the group has vehemently denied. Additionally, Shah endeavored to connect with the agricultural community by commemorating Chaudhary Charan Singh's death anniversary, praising Narendra Modi for honoring the late leader and pledging to establish a new mega sugar mill in Maharajganj if the BJP regains power.