Ev­ery Con­gress­man Touched By Graft: Shah

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Banikhet|New Delhi: BJP na­tional pres­i­dent Amit Shah said there is no­body in the Congress who is not in­volved in cor­rup­tion.

Ad­dress­ing a rally at the foothills of Banikhet in Dal­housie Assem­bly con­stituency, Shah at­tacked the Congress and Hi­machal Pradesh chief min­is­ter Virb­hadra Singh.

“In the last five years, the Congress has made Hi­machal Pradesh num­ber1in cor­rup­tion and gunda­gardi and em­bar­rassed this de­vb­hoomi,” Shah said.

Shah said when­ever there is any men­tion of cor­rup­tion in In­dia, Virb­hadra Singh’s name is al­ways on top of the list. He promised that af­ter the BJP forms gov­ern­ment in Hi­machal Pradesh, the state would be made a soft­ware hub.

Be­gin­ning his tour in Hi­machal Pradesh, which goes to polls on Novem­ber 9, Shah di­rectly at­tacked Congress vi­cepres­i­dent Rahul Gandhi, say­ing that some­body who was in­volved in a .₹ 12-lakh crore scam now had the au­dac­ity to ques­tion the BJP.

The BJP pres­i­dent re­counted his party’s track record in de­vel­op­ment and said that the BJP gov­ern­ment had con­verted 70 state high­ways into na­tional high­ways — im­prov­ing the con­nec­tiv­ity of the hill state.

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