Hate speeches like `goli maro`, `Indo-Pak match` could have resulted in BJP`s defeat in Delhi Assembly election: Amit Shah

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday stated hate speeches like ‘goli maro’ and ‘Indo-Pak match’ could have resulted within the defeat of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) within the Delhi Assembly election, including that such remarks mustn’t have been made by BJP leaders throughout the current campaigning. He added that the celebration had distanced itself from such remarks, he advised a information channel.

Shah additionally added that the BJP doesn’t battle elections only for victory or defeat however believes in increasing its ideology by means of the election.

The home minister stated his evaluation on Delhi election went flawed however asserted that the consequence was not a mandate on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC). He added that anybody who desires to debate points associated to CAA with him can search time from his workplace. “(We) will give time within three days,” he added. He blamed the Congress for the Partition on foundation of faith.

He additionally stated, “Ever since I came into national politics, I have been fighting elections with my life. It is not for the first time in the Delhi elections, that results have not come in our favour. There have been many times when results have not been in our favour but even then I have worked with the same spirit. I am a BJP worker, so I try to spread my ideology to as many people as possible. Elections are held for many parties, to or to topple the government.”

“Elections are never been fought on just one issue. We still have the same stance on how protests should be done in a democracy. There have been many issues in the country for the last 70 years. Narendra Modi has taken many decisions and shown his strong political will,” added Shah.

“After CAA was passed in Parliament, 74 Hindus from Pakistan have given citizenship by the Congress government in Rajasthan on December 12, 2019,” he additional added.