Lok Sabha Elections 2019: PM Modi Will Be Ex-PM On Might merely 23, Claims Congress Chief Ahmed Patel

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    Lok Sabha Elections 2019: PM Modi Will Be Ex-PM On Might merely 23, Claims Congress Chief Ahmed Patel


    Ahmed Patel additionally hit out at the BJP for its nationalism and terrorism planks at some level of the ballotmarketing campaign

    Vadodara: 

    Narendra Modi will change into ex-Prime Minister on Might merely 23 when the Lok Sabha outcomes are declared, senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel stated in Vadodara.

    He stated the of us were “harassed” by the ruling BJP with its policies and would possibly per chance per chance per chance be voted out within the April-Might merely Lok Sabha polls.

    Mr Patel, a Rajya Sabha MP from Gujarat, expressed confidence that the Congress would gain between “12-15” out of the 26 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat.

    Within the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, the Congress had drawn a smooth in Gujarat.

    “The of us are harassed by the ruling event’s policies however the BJP is making an are trying to paint a rosy characterize. But of us are no longer going to be mislead this time,” Mr Patel stated Monday while attending a interior most characteristic.

    “Narendra Modi will change into ex-PM on Might merely 23 when the Lok Sabha outcomes are declared,” he stated, adding that the opposition occasions” “mahagathbandhan” will take its high ministerial face after winning the overall polls.

    He additionally hit out at the BJP for its nationalism and terrorism planks at some level of the ballotmarketing campaign, announcing the ruling event need no longer repeat the Congress on the 2 considerations.

    “Congress leaders score sacrificed their lives combating terrorism. The BJP need no longer give us classes on be taught how to fight terrorism. The BJP would possibly per chance per chance see politics in terrorism,” he stated.

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