“After 2019 elections, Rahul Gandhi will have to search for his party with a telescope,” Amit Shah in Hyderabad

Shah stated that no Mahagathbandhan or 'Bua-Bhatija' alliance will be able to stop BJP's winning march.

A fierce attack was made against the Congress party by BJP President Amit Shah in Telangana yesterday, where he announced that by the time the 2019 elections are over, the Congress party will be reduced to almost nothing.

Shah, taking a jibe at Rahul Gandhi stated that the Congress President will have to use a telescope in order to search for his beloved party after the elections. Shah was addressing a public gathering of Bjp’ s Yuva Morcha in its National Maha Adhiveshan in Hyderabad yesterday.

Further continuing his speech, Amit Shah also stated that in case the Congress president had been vividly dreaming of winning the elections this time, he must be reminded of the history of massive support that the BJP has garnered since 2014.

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Shah also pointed out that how unaware and ignorant the Congress has been towards the BJP’s accomplishments and could only dream of winning the elections. Referring to the speculations of a grand alliance of opposition parties, Shah told that even the ‘Mahagathbandhan’ will not have any effect on BJP’s winning spree.

Amit Shah also took a jibe at Akhilesh Yadav and Mayawati scheming to form an alliance for the 2019 general elections. Shah declared amidst a loud applause that the BJP Yuva Morcha will brave fight 50% of the party’s fight and ensure its victory.

Addressing the Vijay Lakshya 2019, Yuva Maha Adhiveshan in Hyderabad, the BJP chief further stated that after the humiliating defeat that Congress faced in 2014 if Rahul is still hoping for a Congress victory in 2019, that is nothing but dreaming and his party will be reduced to inconsequential levels after 2019.

The state of Telangana will be holding assembly elections on 7 December 2018 along with Rajasthan. Though the BJP is yet to declare a CM candidate, popular Hindu spiritual leader Swami Paripoornananda has recently joined BJP and is being mentioned by many as the ‘Yogi of the South’.

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