Union Home Minister Amit Shah
ND24 Web Desk | Published : 2023-04-27
With Karnataka polls around the corner, Congress leaders Randeep Singh Surjewala, Dr Parmeshwar and DK Shivakumar filed a police complaint in Bengaluru’s High Grounds police station against Union Home Minister Amit Shah for allegedly “spreading enmity and hatred, knowingly making false statements and attempting to malign the opposition”. “Amit Shah claimed that there will be communal riots in Karnataka if Congress comes to power. Shah also claimed that Congress has promised to remove the ban on PFI. Both these claims tantamount to spreading hatred, disrupting communal harmony and attributing false motives to the Indian National Congress,” said Surjewala. While addressing at a rally in Terdal, Bagalkot district, Shah attacked the Opposition and said, “If the Congress is voted even by mistake, then it will lead to all-time high corruption, appeasement and all-time high dynastic politics, and the entire state will suffer from riots.” “This election is not just to make our candidates MLAs or ministers … This election is to hand over the future of the state to Modi ji. This election is to make Karnataka a fully developed state,” he further added.
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