Congress following Jinnahs footsteps will destroy India Shivraj Singh Chouhan
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NAHARKATIA: Instead of following Mahatma Gandhi, the Congress was following “Jinnah’s footsteps”, Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan mentioned on Monday, asserting that it will “destroy” the nation.
Addressing a rally in Naharkatia in poll-bound Assam‘s Dibrugarh district, the senior BJP chief mentioned that the Congress has failed to hold out any developmental work within the Northeastern states since Independence.
“Congress is not following Mahatma Gandhi’s footsteps. Congress and Rahul Gandhi are following Jinnah’s footsteps. And Jinnah’s steps will destroy Assam and India,” Chouhan mentioned, referring to the opposition get together’s alliance with AIUDF in Assam, ISF in West Bengal and IUML in Kerala.
The BJP chief alleged that Rahul Gandhi is “dividing India” into north and south, whereas doing the identical politics in Assam, creating variations between totally different tribes and communities.
“Congress dominated Assam for 55 years, however what has it given? The Assam which was not defeated by the Mughals as a result of heroism of Lachit Borphukan (Ahom common), Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi gave solely infiltration, violence, terrorism, agitation, starvation and unemployment,” Chouhan alleged.
The Congress will “become a history” below the management of Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, he claimed.
Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal was additionally current on the public assembly.
Chouhan was in Naharkatia, which goes to the polls within the first part on March 27, to marketing campaign for first-time BJP candidate Taranga Gogoi, who could have a triangular contest with Assam Jatiya Parishad (AJP) president Lurinjyoti Gogoi and Congress’ former minister Pranatee Phukan.
Sitting AGP MLA Naren Sonowal, a part of the BJP-led NDA, can be in a “friendly contest” in opposition to the BJP candidate.


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