‘Congress free Karnataka’ is our aim: Amit Shah

Amit Shah in BJP office, Bengaluru onJan 3, 2015, enarada.com

Amit Shah and State BJP leader B.S.Yeddyurappa walking in front of BJP office to inaugurate ‘Shakti Samvardhana Rath,’ vehicle which travels all over the state to promote membership campaign. Photo: ENARADA.COM

ENARADA, Bengaluru, January 3, 2015

Visiting Bengaluru for the first time after becoming National president of BJP, Amit Shah has clarified his intention today, to re-establish BJP government in Karnataka.

“Unemployment and corruption is rising in Karnataka, and our state leaders are working hard to expose misrule of congress government,” said Amit Shah, while addressing a press conference at BJP office.

As almost 20 thousand people from Karnataka are becoming members of BJP each day, we will reach the target of 1 Crore members from the state and strongly believe people will elect BJP in the next elections, opined Amit Shah.

Asked whether Congress free Bharat will be a reality, he said “We will wipe out Congress from power but allow them to occupy the opposition chair.”

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