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BJP Chief Amit uses “saap, nevale, kutti, kutte, billi” to address Opposition parties

BJP Chief Amit uses “saap, nevale, kutti, kutte, billi” to address Opposition parties

Mumbai: BJP Chief Amit Shah’s rally celebrating the 38 Foundation Day of BJP party stranded lakhs of Mumbaikars with delayed trains, and hours of halted traffic jams.

While addressing the rally, BJP Chief Amit Shah declared the NDA government would continue to
remain in power until 2019 under the leadership of PM Modi.

Thousands of people had gathered at the Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) to attend the rally celebrating BJP’s foundation day.

Mocking opposition parties, slandering these parties equating them to animals, Mr. Shah said, “Ye jo Modi ji ki baadh ayi hai na baadh, iske dar se saap, nevale, kutti, kutte, billi sab ikattha hokar chunaav ladne ka kaam kar rahe hai (It’s the fear of Modi ji’s oncoming flood that is causing snakes, mongooses, bitches, dogs and cats to join forces and fight the elections).”

Accusing the Congress and Nationalist Congress Party(NCP) Mr Shah said these parties are responsible for ‘misleading the people against the BJP’.

Speaking at the rally Mr. Shah reiterated that Modi government would never abolish the Atrocities Act and reservation to SCs, STs and OBCs.

He also claimed his party’s government would not allow Congress or any other parties to abolish the Acts.

Well, which ruling party’s decision lead to the recent Dalit violence that broke out throughout the nation.

The famous saying ‘a wolf in sheep’s clothing’ never disappoints us when it comes to political parties in India.