Bengaluru: Former Karnataka Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar’s move from BJP to Congress will not affect BJP’s chances of winning, says Amit Shah.
Senior BJP leader and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who participated in a private television program, answered various questions. Its description: “Some people were not given the opportunity to contest on behalf of the BJP in the Karnataka Assembly elections. The party has taken this decision based on various reasons. BJP has always believed in change.
Those who do not get a chance to contest elections, the leaders blame some for that. None of the leaders who took the decision of who to stand in the elections were unsettled. They are responsible party leaders. We also asked them about the denial of opportunity to some.
Congress party should not think that they can win this election and come to power because Jagadish Shettar has gone to Congress party. BJP will form the government again with absolute majority. Jagadish Shetter has gone. Neither our vote bank nor volunteers went with him. I hope Congress will at least acknowledge this fact.
Khalistan wave did not sweep in Punjab. The search for fugitive Amritpal Singh is on. The state government is doing its job well. The Central Government assists the State Government. We are monitoring the situation closely. No one can attack India’s unity and sovereignty. Before this, Amrit Pal was roaming freely. But, at the moment, it can’t go around like that; We can’t function like before,” he said.