BJP victory in Delhi civic polls marks end of anarchy: Amit Shah
13 Mai, 2017, 20:47 | Author: Cyril Hebras
BJP President Amit Shah on Tuesday said his party fought the Delhi civic polls as a prelude to winning Assembly elections in the Capital, although they are only due in 2020.
Also, the switch-over coincided with chief minister Mamata Banerjee's tour in North Bengal now.
Shah had sat on the floor at the spartan house in Dakkhin Katiajote village in West Bengal's Naxalbari block and was served vegetarian fare on a banana leaf by Mahali's wife.
According to reports, the couple, Raju Mahali and Gita Mahali, and their daughter went untraceable since Tuesday morning and the Mahali couple joined the party on Wednesday noon in presence of state tourism minister Gautam Deb. The BJP has accused the TMC of abducting the couple adding that it is a text book case of revenge politics.
She, however, denied rumours that Puthiya Tamilgam Party leader K Krishnasamy would join the party. Amit Shah was in Bengal to kick off booth level meetings.
Prasad said the BJP was "deeply sad and hurt" over the development but was not least concerned. The function, among others, was attended by BJP General Secretary (Organization) Ram Lal, BJP Delhi Prabhari Shyam Jaju, the entire Delhi Unit of the Party including its office bearers led by President Manoj Tiwari and all the seven Members of Lok Sabha from Delhi. The couple was allegedly kidnapped by Trinamool Congress and allegedly forced to join TMC today morning. "No one forced us to join the Trinamul". They were forced to join Trinamool Congress nearly at gun point. "They have chose to join the TMC after being convinced about Mamata Banerjee's huge developmental work in the state".
A week later, the couple, residents of South Kotiajote in Naxalbari police station area, joined the Trinamool Congress.
Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Wednesday hit back at Bharatiya Janata Party chief Amit Shah for accusing him of being involved in corruption, saying the BJP leaders have the habit of leveling baseless charges.
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