Ruling out the resignation of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath, BJP’s national president while referring to the Gorakhpur tragedy said such incidents have taken place in the past too.
Amit Shah in Karnataka gave out the clarion call to root out the Congress and re-take the state in the forthcoming assembly elections. Shah during a meeting with party leaders sought an assurance that the BJP will win Karnataka in 2018.
The BJP’s national chief, Amit Shah decided to give his party in Karnataka a reality check. Armed with three survey reports, he asked the BJP leaders in Karnataka how many seats would they win if the state went to polls today.
Several leaders including the BJP’s chief ministerial candidate, B S Yeddyurappa said that they would win anything between 125 and 150 seats. Shah however shot back and said in reality the BJP would win just 80 seats if elections were held today.
Karnataka Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah threw open a challenge to BJP’s national president Amit Shah and said that his government in Karnataka cannot be dislodged. Shah may have succeeded in Uttar Pradesh, but will not be able to repeat that in Karnataka, Siddaramaiah said.
Amit Shah in Karnataka: The BJP’s national president and Rajya Sabha MP, Amit Shah will be on a three day visit to Karnataka starting today. This is part of his 110 day nationwide tour to strengthen the party.
After allying with the BJP in Bihar, Nitish Kumar has been invited to join the NDA. “I met JD(U) president Nitish Kumar at my residence yesterday. I invited JD(U) to join the NDA,” Mr Shah said in a tweet today.
Amit Shah had once locked out BJP leaders for arriving late for a meeting. A few days back he had asked for written explanation from Rajya Sabha MPs for being absent as a result of which a crucial amendment to a bill could not be passed.
The next time we will take all three, said Amit Shah during a late meeting following the Rajya Sabha elections. In Tuesday’s elections, Amit Shah and Smriti Irani of the BJP were elected, while Ahmed Patel of the Congress scraped through after a lot of drama.
Amit Shah completed three years in office as BJP chief. Going by statistics and the manner in which the party has progressed under his leadership, it becomes evident that he is the best chief the BJP has ever had.
It was political terror, Ahmed Patel of the Congress said after his dramatic midnight win which saw him enter the Rajya Sabha for the 5th time. My re-election to the Rajya Sabha from Gujarat exposed the ruling BJP’s “personal vendetta and political terror, he said.