Karnataka has double engine with Narendra Modi, BS Yediyurappa: Amit Shah | Bengaluru News

BELAGAVI: Union dwelling minister Amit Shah on Sunday stated with Narendra Modi as Prime Minister and BS Yediyurappa as chief minister, Karnataka has a double engine authorities to drive progress within the state.
“With Modi at the Centre and Yediyurappa in the state, Karnataka has a double engine driving its growth and development on all the fronts. With political stability, the state is set for progress in the coming years,” stated Shah in Hindi at a public rally in Karnataka’s Belagavi, 500km northwest of Bengaluru.
Addressing a mammoth gathering of over 1 lakh folks within the district floor on the valedictory of the ruling BJP’s Janasevak Samavesha, Shah stated Karnataka had strengthened the palms of Modi and Yediyurappa by voting the celebration to energy within the Lok Sabha and state meeting elections since 2014.
“By ensuring victory of the BJP in 25 of the 28 Lok Sabha seats from the state in the May 2019 general elections, the people have ensured absolute majority for the BJP at the Centre, which enabled Modi to scrap Articles 370 and 35A in Jammu and Kashmir and free Muslim women from Triple Talaq,” recalled Shah.
Thanking the folks for the ruling celebration’s win in 14 of the 17 state meeting by-elections held in December 2019 and November 2020, Shah stated even within the current gram panchayat elections, 55 per cent of the candidates supported by the celebration had received.
“I appeal to the people to ensure the party wins 75 per cent seats in the ensuing taluk and zilla parishad elections for all-round development of the state,” exhorted Shah.
Shah additionally lauded the Yediyurappa authorities for controlling the coronavirus pandemic within the state and lowering optimistic instances and fatality rate during the last 10 months, Shah urged the folks to get vaccinated with out concern.
“Do not get misguided by the Congress leaders on the safety and efficacy of the two vaccines, which are made in India. They are safe to take,” stated Shah.
“We know you (Congress leaders) cannot do anything other than protest. but at least don’t stop the ones making efforts. Both vaccinations developed in India are completely safe,” reiterated Shah.
Shah, who was on a 2-day go to to the southern state since Saturday, visited the residence of late Union minister of railways and 4-time Belagavi Lok Sabha member Suresh Angadi within the metropolis and paid floral tributes to him.
Angadi died of Covid-19 on the state-run AIIMS hospital in New Delhi on September 23 on the age of 65.
“Angadi was a dedicated karyakarta (cadre) and politician who served the nation and party with utmost devotion,” Shah informed the bereaved members of the family.
Shah additionally unveiled the superior simulation centre at KLE Hospital within the metropolis.


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