Uttar Pradesh has changed, 'bahubalis' have no imact now: Amit Shah

Shah also took a swipe at Rahul Gandhi, saying if temperatures increase in the country, the Congress President goes abroad and even his mother cannot find him.

Published: 29th April 2019 02:39 PM  |   Last Updated: 29th April 2019 02:39 PM   |  A+A-

BJP chief Amit Shah

BJP chief Amit Shah (Photo | AP)

By PTI

CHI(TRAKOOT (Uttar Pradesh): BJP President Amit Shah Monday accused the opposition alliance of giving tickets to "bahubalis" (muslcemen) in Uttar Pradesh but said their presence would have no impact now as the Yogi Adityanath government hangs them upside down.

Shah also took a swipe at Rahul Gandhi, saying if temperatures increase in the country, the Congress President goes abroad and even his mother cannot find him.

Addressing a Vijay Sankalp rally here, he said, "Mahamilavat wale logon ne Uttar Pradesh mein bahubalion ko ticket diya hai lekin ab yaha bahubalion ki nahi chalti". BJP leaders have been referring to the opposition alliance as "mahamilavat".

"The mahamilavtis are yet not able to understand that Uttar Pradesh has changed they have given tickets to bahubalis now it is Yogi government which is at the helm," Shah said.

"Ab yahan bahubalion ki nahi chalti ab bahubalion ko ulta latka kar seedha kar diya jata hai,"(now musclemen have no impact and government acts tough with them), he said.

Referring to chants of 'Modi-Modi' at election meetings, he said: "it is not a mere slogan but blessings of countrymen all people in the country want Modiji to become the prime minister again." Attacking the Congress president, he said "Rahul Gandhi is the mahamilavati leader of the mahagatbandhan if temperatures in the country turn high he takes leave and goes out of the country even his mother is not able to find him."

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