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Neither PM Modi, Nor Amit Shah ! Do you know who are the star campaigners leading BJP to victory in Karnataka Assembly Elections!

Neither PM Modi nor Amit Shah is the only persons who are always to be credited for BJP’s win in the elections. There are another equally important campaigners for the party who has always contributed in its victory. Can you guess who are these star campaigners? Many of you might be thinking I am talking about BJP Karyakartas or Ground Level Workers. No doubt they are also the highest contributor. But to your surprise, I am not referring to them also. So, who are these star campaigners I am referring to?

Let’s break this suspense. The star campaigners who play a major role in the winning of BJP is none other than Congress party and its leaders. We can never forget their efforts to help BJP win the race also. The Congress leaders have always come up with such extraordinary remarks and moves before the elections that led to the downfall of Congress and rise of BJP.

Almost all the senior leaders of the party has made their contributions effectively and of course, we cannot neglect the contribution of Congress President Rahul Gandhi also. Mani Shankar Aiyar, the prominent face of the Congress party has always helped BJP and landed his party in trouble by his uncanny remarks and Pro-Pakistan approach.

This time again how he could remain at backfoot. He has to come forward for helping BJP and bringing laurels to his own party. Where the whole nation is against the display of a portrait of Muhammad Ali Jinnah in Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) this suspended Congress leader has come in support of it. At an event in Pakistan, He praised Muhammad Ali Jinnah and referred him as “Quaid-e-Azam”. Quaid-e-Azam means the Great Leader in the Urdu language. The top Congress leader not only stopped there. He went further low to say Jinnah was a part of the Indian freedom movement and cherished his connection with India.

For Congress party and its leaders, Muhammad Ali Jinnah is a great leader. How can a person pay respect to the killer of thousands of Indian Hindus and Sikhs and a rapist who had raped so many women terribly. But for Congress party, It is nothing new as Congress party has always fascinated towards the anti-national forces like Jinnah, Tipu Sultan and others. This statement actually reveals the true feeling of Congress Party and its leaders who have imbibed these thoughts from the environment in which they have carried out their political journey.

It is not the first time that such shameful things are done by Congress Party, Earlier it was during 2014 elections when he throw “Chaiwala” jibe at Prime Minister, then in 2015 he was seen in a video saying that remove Modi government out of power then see how the relations between India and Pakistan will be improved. During Gujarat Election also Mani Shankar Aiyar made derogatory comments on the honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi by calling him “Neech”. At that time the Congress party leaders also held a meeting with top officials of Pakistan.

The remarks by Congress Party leader has once again landed controversy and Congress into deep trouble in the run-up for Karnataka elections. Several BJP leaders have already questioned the party explaining their Pro-Pakistan approach.

A day before Karnataka CM Siddaramaih links also emerged with the absconders. It came to limelight that CM Siddaramaiah has met absconder Vijay Eswaran at the World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in China in 2013 who is national threat according to Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO).

People of the nation are not going to leave Congress party for their such actions and ideologies of supporting all the Anti-National forces. They have to face the heat for destroying the nation. Anyhow Congress party has done good again for BJP. Once again they have exposed their true intentions that serves as a good sign for BJP in the  countdown of  Karnataka Elections that is strengthening BJP position to embrace victory.

 

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Economictimes.Indiatimes.com
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