Union Home Minister Amit Shah mounted a major roadshow on Monday, waving to a large ecstatic crowd along the way as he sought support from the public ahead of the Karnataka Assembly elections scheduled to be held on May 10.
As per the monitoring desk of Current News of India (CNI) A large number of party workers followed Shah’s car, brandishing BJP flags and screaming chants honoring the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Former Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa and current Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai have done a lot for Karnataka, he said, adding that the BJP administration has abolished 4% Muslim reservation and boosted Vokkaliga, Lingayat, and SC/ST quotas.
“If Congress comes to power, they will take back all these reservations (hiked) and once again bring in Muslim reservations. Do you want four per cent Muslim reservation? (to come back)”, Amit Shah said.
Speaking about the steps taken by the BJP government for the benefit of Areca nut farmers, Union Home Minister stated: “If you ensure a double engine government comes to power in Karnataka, Modi ji will once again become Prime Minister in 2024”. (CNI)