Union home minister on Sunday (January 26) addressed the gathering at Babarpur, Delhi, where he said that Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan speak the same language. This comment, by the home minister, came after the Opposition is trying every bit to stop the Centre's decision on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
New Delhi: Union home minister Amit Shah on Sunday (January 26) evening called upon people to vote in favour of BJP during the Delhi Assembly elections with such a force that protesters at Shaheen Bagh would "feel the current".
Addressing a rally in Babarpur, the home minister raised several issues to attack the Opposition and said that Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan speak the same language.
He accused the Opposition leaders of seeking proof of strike on terror launch pads and camp.
"Why do Kejriwal, Rahul and Imran Khan speak in the same language? What is the relation between them? I am not able to understand this. Can the country be safe in their hands?" he asked.
The Union home minister also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi ordered the surgical strike and air strike to give a befitting lesson to the terrorists.
"Narendra Modiji changed the country. Now he wants to change Delhi. This time, press the button of the voting machine so forcefully in Babarpur that the current is felt in Shaheen Bagh," he said.
Protests are held at Shaheen Bagh since last month against the Centre's decision on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
"Your vote to BJP on February 8 will not only result in victory for the BJP candidate, but will also secure the country and the capital, and prevent incidents like Shaheen Bagh," he added.
Shah said that Prime Minister would make Delhi the best capital in the world and accused Kejriwal of making false promises.
Referring to the court verdict on the Ayodhya issue, he said work on the construction of the grand temple at the birthplace would start in four months. He accused the Congress of trying to delay the decision.
Polling to 70-member Delhi Assembly will be held on February 8, and the counting of votes will take place on February 11.
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