Rahul Baba, Problem Is Not With Seat But With You: HM Amit Shah

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Rahul Baba, Problem Is Not With Seat But With You: HM Amit Shah

| Updated: May 5, 2024 13:35

Amit Shah Criticises Rahul Gandhi’s Frequent Constituency Changes

Union Home Minister Amit Shah, in an election rally in Gujarat’s Bodeli on May 4, criticised Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for his frequent changes in constituencies due to fear of electoral defeat. “The problem is not with the constituencies, but with Rahul Gandhi himself. He will face defeat wherever he goes,” Shah asserted.

Gandhi recently filed his nomination from the Congress stronghold Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh, shifting from his previous constituencies to maintain the family’s stronghold in the state. In the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, Gandhi contested from Amethi and Wayanad seats. While he secured a win from Wayanad, he lost the Amethi seat to Union Minister Smriti Irani.

Shah pointed out Gandhi’s pattern of shifting constituencies following electoral defeats. “He used to contest elections from Amethi but, after losing to Smriti Irani, he ran to Wayanad. Now, facing challenges in Wayanad, he has moved on to Raebareli. Rahul Baba, the problem is not with the seat but with you,” Shah said. He stated that it would be a significant defeat for Rahul in Rae Bareli.

Shah also criticised the I.N.D.I.A. alliance’s “rotation formula” for the prime ministerial post, urging voters not to hand over power to a divisive party. He questioned the alliance’s ability to handle crises like COVID-19 or terrorism in Kashmir with a rotating premiership. “Can this arrogant alliance keep the country safe after rotating the PM’s term between them for one year each? Will they be able to save Kashmir from terrorists?” he asked.

The Home Minister accused the Congress of attempting to divide the country into North and South India and refuted opposition claims about the BJP’s stance on reservations, labelling them as “lies”. He reassured that the reservation meant for the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes would remain untouched as long as the BJP is in power.

Shah emphasised that the election is a question concerning India’s future, not a business that can be run in turns each year by a family. He concluded by reiterating the country’s decision to support and re-elect Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister.

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