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BJP and Amit Shah don’t respect the Indian Constitution: Congress

New Delhi: The Congress Party on Monday alleged the BJP President Amit Shah of disrespecting the Constitution.

Responding to the allegations of Amit Shah, Congress leader Anand Sharma told the media that “I don’t think Amit Shah has knowledge of or respects the Constitution. Even if he has the knowledge of the Constitution, he doesn’t respect it.”

The Congress leader accused the BJP of misusing the Central agencies during Karnataka elections in order to influence the elections and to intimidate,”The BJP intimidated our legislators, withdrew their security, stopped them from flying. The BJP only did this to be able to abduct and poach our MLAs” he said. “Will the BJP give an account of its sources of money? On one hand, people’s money was snatched away by PM Modi, while on the other, BJP has all the money,” questioned Congress.

He further added that the BJP has spent 6500 Cr in Karnataka elections and had a provision of 4000 Cr for poaching MLAs. There should be an independent investigation into these finances.

Responding to Amit Shah’s comment of an unholy alliance between Congress and JD(S), Sharma said “The mandate was for the Cong-JD(S). The two parties aligned to protect the social & secular fabric of the country. The vote share of the Congress has increased and is more than that of the BJP.”

The Congress Party also made some serious allegation against PM Modi for violating the oath of his office and trampling the Constitution of India.  “An Ambassador of a country recently called and told me that PM Modi is a master of propaganda and has become a research subject in many universities- He also said that when we look deeper into PM Modi’s personality and governance, there is no substance,” added Sharma.

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