Amit Shah Warns Karnataka Of Riots If Congress Comes To Power

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Amit Shah Warns Karnataka Of Riots If Congress Comes To Power

| Updated: April 26, 2023 20:38

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday said if the Congress comes to power in Karnataka, dynastic politics will be at an all-time high in the state and it will be “afflicted with riots.”

Addressing a public meeting at Terdal in Belagavi district, the former BJP chief also said the development of the state will take to “reverse gear” if Congress were to form the government.

Karnataka votes on May 10. Shah sought the people’s mandate for “political stability” by voting only for BJP. 

“If Congress comes to power by mistake, corruption will be all time high and there will be appeasement,” he claimed adding that development of the state will slip into “reverse gear” if Congress forms government. 

“Only BJP can lead the state towards a new Karnataka,” he added. Shah is on a two-day tour of the poll-bound state. On Tuesday, he campaigned in Kittur Karnataka region, a BJP stronghold. He also held a roadshow in Yadgir.

Addressing rallies at Rabakavi-Banahatti in Bagalkot district and at Devara Hipparagi, Vijayapura district, Shah said this election is an occasion to offer Karnataka to Modi for honest politics and a pro-development government.

Without mentioning former CM Jagadish Shettar and former deputy CM Laxman Savadi, who recently jumped ship from the BJP to Congress, Shah said depending on politicians who joined Congress after leaving BJP reveals the INC’s “bankruptcy.” 

Accusing the Congress of not bothering to implement the Kalasa Banduri water project in north Karnataka when it was in power at the Centre, in Karnataka and Goa, Mr Shah charged that the national party in 60 years of its rule could not do even 10 per cent of what the BJP has done in nine years.

He pointed out that the ‘double-engine’ BJP government in the state gave revenue village status to the hamlets of nomadic tribe Lambani and the settlements of shepherds, ‘Kuruba Hatti’.

He also accused Congress of insulting the Lingayat community. “It made only two Lingayats CMs, S Nijalingappa and Veerendra Patil, but both were thrown out of the party,” as he pointed out in damage control mode, given that with Shettar, analysts warns BJP of a huge Lingayat vote share going to the Congress now. 

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