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Amit Shah's Satire: 'Congress Dhundho Yatra'

Amit Shah's Satire: 'Congress Dhundho Yatra'

Union Home Minister Amit Shah criticized the Congress party and MP Rahul Gandhi suggesting that after the 2024 elections Gandhi will need a "Congress Dhundho Yatra" to find his party.

Speaking at a rally in Hisar of Haryana, Shah contrasted PM Modi’s strong stance on Pakistan with Congress’s cautious approach asserting India will reclaim POK. 

Shah mocked Rahul Gandhi’s “Bharat Jodo Yatra” and predicted Congress’s disappearance post elections claiming BJP's success across Haryana.

He accused Congress of lying to voters about reservations reaffirming BJP’s commitment to preserving them unlike Congress’s alleged unconstitutional reservations for Muslims.

At a rally in Karnal, Shah criticized the opposition INDIA bloc for lacking clear leadership and policies questioning who their Prime Minister would be if they won.

He ridiculed the idea of rotating Prime Ministers among leaders like Sharad Pawar, Mamata Banerjee, and Rahul Gandhi, stressing that governing a country isn't like running a shop.

Saying about Modi’s special attachment to Haryana, Shah affirmed the state’s importance to the Prime Minister.

Haryana people are going to vote on May 25, with results to be announced on June 4. In 2019, BJP won all 10 seats in Haryana.