Want Congress to be wiped out of Karnataka, says Amit Shah

“Our aim is to see the lotus bloom over entire South India by emerging victorious in the 2018 Karnataka assembly elections, said BJP National President Amit Shah who is on a three-day tour to the coastal district.

Addressing the Navashakthi Samavesha in Kulkunda, Subramanya, BJP Chief said that the BJP workers have the the power to bring party to power
“In Sullia constituency, there is no opponent who can dislodge our candidate,” Amit Shah declared adding that the Congress has been wiped out from Maharashtra, Haryana, Jharkhand , Kashmir, Assam, Manipur, Goa, Gujarat, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. “Now we expect the same phenomenon to repeat in Karnataka,” Shah said.

This was the first Navashakthi Samvesha held at Kulkunda, Subramanya. Selected nine party workers from every booth attended this convention.

Before addressing the convention, Amit Shah visited Kukke Subramanya Temple and offered prayers in the temple. Later he also visited seer Vidhyaprassana Shree.

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