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Gujarat polls | Congress left no stone unturned to insult Sardar Patel: Amit Shah

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Gujarat polls | Congress left no stone unturned to insult Sardar Patel: Amit Shah

By PTI

KHAMBHAT: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday alleged that the Congress did every little thing doable to “insult” Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and it has began praising him solely now in view of the Gujarat Assembly elections.

Even the final rites of the nation’s first deputy prime minister have been carried out in an “unceremonious” manner, the BJP chief stated at an election rally at Khambhat in Gujarat’s Anand district.

“I am surprised that the Congress now praises Sardar Patel. Since my childhood, I have never heard any Congress leader talking about Patel. Instead, they left no stone unturned to insult Patel, right from performing his last rites in an unceremonious manner to ensuring that no monument was built in his memory,” Shah stated.

Voting for Khambhat and 92 different seats will happen on December 5, within the second section of the Assembly elections.

Shah additional stated that it was Prime Minister Narendra Modi who paid an actual tribute to Patel by setting up the Statue of Unity, Patel’s statue which is the world’s tallest monument.

He additionally dared Congress candidate from Khambhat, Chirag Patel to supply any {photograph} the place he’s seen paying tributes to Sardar Patel on the Statue of Unity.

“No Congress leader dares to visit the Statue of Unity at Kevadia for fear of losing ticket,” he claimed.

He additionally accused the Congress of opposing the development of the Ram temple at Ayodhya and the Triple Talaq prohibition regulation for its vote-bank politics.

“If they support such causes, they fear they will lose those votes. I hope you understand which votes I am talking about. But their time is now over and PM Modi’s time has started. Rahul Baba (Gandhi), book a ticket to Ayodhya because a grand temple is going to be inaugurated on January 1, 2024,” stated Shah.
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KHAMBHAT: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday alleged that the Congress did every little thing doable to “insult” Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and it has began praising him solely now in view of the Gujarat Assembly elections.

Even the final rites of the nation’s first deputy prime minister have been carried out in an “unceremonious” manner, the BJP chief stated at an election rally at Khambhat in Gujarat’s Anand district.

“I am surprised that the Congress now praises Sardar Patel. Since my childhood, I have never heard any Congress leader talking about Patel. Instead, they left no stone unturned to insult Patel, right from performing his last rites in an unceremonious manner to ensuring that no monument was built in his memory,” Shah stated.

Voting for Khambhat and 92 different seats will happen on December 5, within the second section of the Assembly elections.

Shah additional stated that it was Prime Minister Narendra Modi who paid an actual tribute to Patel by setting up the Statue of Unity, Patel’s statue which is the world’s tallest monument.

He additionally dared Congress candidate from Khambhat, Chirag Patel to supply any {photograph} the place he’s seen paying tributes to Sardar Patel on the Statue of Unity.

“No Congress leader dares to visit the Statue of Unity at Kevadia for fear of losing ticket,” he claimed.

He additionally accused the Congress of opposing the development of the Ram temple at Ayodhya and the Triple Talaq prohibition regulation for its vote-bank politics.

“If they support such causes, they fear they will lose those votes. I hope you understand which votes I am talking about. But their time is now over and PM Modi’s time has started. Rahul Baba (Gandhi), book a ticket to Ayodhya because a grand temple is going to be inaugurated on January 1, 2024,” stated Shah.ALSO READ | Bhupendra is `puppet CM’, can’t even change his peon: Kejriwal