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Infiltrators are an issue of ‘National security’ for BJP: Amit Shah

Amit Shah

Madhya Pradesh | Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Sunday stated that the illegal migrant and infiltrators are an issue of ‘National Security’ for his party. He also added that for parties like BSP, SP and Congress they are just a ‘vote bank’.

Addressing a public rally in poll bound Madhya Pradesh’s Hosangabad, Shah said,”Fourty lakh infiltrators were identified in the NRC draft in Assam. As soon as it happened, right from ‘Diggi Raja’ (Digvijaya Singh) to ‘Rahul Baba’ (Rahul Gandhi), all of them started making noises in parliament. For the Congress, SP and BSP, infiltrators are vote banks. But for the BJP they are an issue of national security.”

Attacking the Congress Party, the BJP president asked “Rahul Gandhi should clarify that on whom is he dependent on whom for the upcoming election.He further added that election in Madhya Pradesh can’t be won depending on a ‘King’, ‘Maharaja’ and a ‘Industrialist’.

Appreciating the works of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP president said,”It is possible only in this party (BJP) that someone born in a poor household, a poor tea-seller’s son with no political background becomes the Prime Minister of the largest democracy of the world.”

Assembly election will be conducted in Madhya Pradesh on all 230 seats on 28th November. The notification regarding this will be sent in state on 2nd November. While the results will be declared on December 7 along with Rajasthan, Telangana, Mizoram and Chhattisgarh.

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