Video Shows Congress Leader Stops 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' Slogan And Asks Party Workers to Chant 'Sonia Gandhi Ki Jai', Amit Shah Takes Potshot at MP Rally
BJP President Amit Shah | File Image | (Photo Credits: ANI)

Bhopal, November 19: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah, in a rally in Dewas district, Madhya Pradesh, lambasted the Congress party for a video which shows Congress party workers raising slogans "Rahul Gandhi Zindabad", "Sonia Gandhi Zindabad" (long live Rahul Gandhi, long live Sonia Gandhi). The video shows a Congress worker stopped just as he tries to raise the slogan "Bharat Mata ki Jai" and after brief consultation, the worker shouts "Rahul Gandhi Zindabad, Sonia Gandhi Zindabad." Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections 2018 full Schedule And Dates: Polling for All 230 Seats on 28 November, Counting of Votes on 11 December.

Amit Shah said at the rally that, "A video is doing rounds and if it is true then a Congress candidate who was chanting 'Bharat Mata ki Jai' was asked to chant 'Sonia Gandhi ki Jai' instead. Congress people should be ashamed" thundered BJP President Amit Shah.

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Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga, in his tweet wrote that "Cong Leader & Ex Education Minister Raj Dr BD Kalla Stopped his party leader to Raise "Bharat Mata Ki Jai" Slogan in Muslims Area.Said we will loose Muslim votes if u Raise "Bharat Mata Ki Jai".he told him to say Sonia Gandhi,Rahul Gandhi & Ahmed Patel Jindabad instead of BMKJ(sic)." The video has now become a talking point for BJP in the rallies as well. Madhya Pradesh will vote for a new assembly on November 28, while counting of votes will take place on December 11.