Grand alliance govt will be a ‘contaminated’ govt: Shah

Grand alliance govt will be a ‘contaminated’ govt: Shah

BJP national president Amit Shah is gifted a sword during the BJP rally in Honnali on Tuesday. Davangere Lok Sabha constituency candidate G M Siddeshwar is seen. DH Photo/Anup R Thippeswamy

BJP national president has said that a “Mahaghatabandhan” government at the Centre implies an “adulterated” government in charge of the affairs of the country.

“In that case, Mayawathi will be the prime minister on Monday, Akhilesh Yadav will occupy the post on Tuesday, it will the turn of Deve Gowda on Wednesay, Chandrababu Naidu will take onver on Thursday, Sharad Pawar and Mamata Didi will be prime ministgers on Friday and Saturday respectively. Sunday is a general holiday and so is for the whole country,” Shah ridiculed.

He said that Omar Abudallah wants a separate prime minister for Kashmir. “But, it is possible to have two prime ministers for a country. Notwithstanding the demands of Rahul Baba and Omar Abdullah, Kashmir will continue to be an integral part of India as long as BJP workers are there.”

More funds for state

Amit Shah was seeking votes for Davangere Lok Sabha constuituency candidate G M Siddeshwara during a rally held in Honnali on Tuesday.

He said that the previous United Progressive Government had met a raw deal to the Karnataka by releasing only 88,971 crore under 13th Finance Commission. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has released Rs 3,88,971 crore to Karnataka under 14th Finance Commission.