TIL Desk/National/New Delhi/ BJP president Amit Shah on Wednesday said that there was a “huge BJP wave” in Gujarat which “will wipe away the Congress”.
Hitting out at the Congress over the corruption issue, he said that in three and half years of the Modi government at the Centre, the Opposition cannot accuse the BJP of being involved in “corruption of even 10 paise”.
Addressing an election rally at the temple town of Dwarka, Shah said, “I have already toured 132 Assembly constituencies. Dwarka is the 133rd. In each and every place, there is a huge wave in favour of the BJP.
This wave will wipe the Congress away… They are seeing dreams (of winning) in Gujarat. I do not understand where they get the courage to see such dreams.” Shah said and narrated how after Modi became the Prime Minister in 2014, the Congress lost states like Maharashtra, Haryana, Jharkhand, Assam and Manipur to the BJP.