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Jharkhand: Amit Shah Angered by Low Crowd Turnout at Rally, Said “Crowd of 15-20 Thousand won’t Help in Govt Formation”

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The first phase of assembly elections in Jharkhand ends on Thursday. Party’s national president Amit Shah is also involved in campaigning for the ruling BJP.Amit Shah addressed two election rallies in Chatra and Garhwa on the last day of campaigning for the first phase of voting on November 30.

However, Amit Shah was angered by the low turnout in the election rallies. Addressing the crowd Shah said “such small numbers won’t help, a crowd of 15-20 cannot elect BJP MLA. Amit Shah said that a person should call 50-50people each and appeal to vote for BJP.

During his speech, Amit Shah appealed to the people to vote for BJP again on the work done by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that your each vote to BJP candidate will go to PM Modi. Amit Shah, however was angered by the low crowd turnout at the Garhwa High School. Shah was campaigning for BJP candidate Satyendranath Tiwari.

Shah said that the people of Garhwa are not showing the same enthusiasm as before. Amit Shah said that when I came to the Garhwa in 2014, the voice the people was loud at that time. Amit Shah attacked Hemant Soren, the Congress-Jharkhand Mukti Morcha government’s chief ministerial candidate during his speech in Chatra election rally.

Amit Shah asked Hemant Soren why he joined hands with the Congress, who opened fire on the agitators demanding a separate of Jharkhand. Now he is sitting in Congress’s lap. Amit Shah once again said that the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had made Jharkhand a separate state. Amit Shah said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave no stone unturned for the development of Jharkhand.