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Amit Shah Claims 35 seats in Tamil Nadu

Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah targets Congress-DMK alliance in Tamil Nadu. Amit Shah said that both the Congress and the DMK parties are equal in the case of corruption. He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to develop in every corner of Tamil Nadu. The BJP and NDA rule are similar in the case.

Amit Shah was giving speeches at Ramanathapuram in Tamil Nadu. In his speech, where he counted development work of the party, he also targeted Congress and DMK. There are Congress and DMK alliance in Tamil Nadu. While the DMK will contest 20 seats in the coming Lok Sabha elections, Congress will throw 9 of its candidates in the 9 seats. There are a total of 39 seats in the province.

In his speech Amit Shah said that the BJP wants to develop the state. Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to develop every corner of the province.

Amit Shah said that NDA will win more than 35 seats in Tamil Nadu. In his speech, he also targeted Pakistan on the terrorist attack in Pulwama. Amit Shah described the attack in Pulwama as Pakistan-inspired terrorism.

During this time, he paid tribute to two soldiers who were martyred from Tamil Nadu. He said that the central government is a committed government fighting against terrorism and there is a zero tolerance government about terrorism. Modi government will not let the martyrdom of the soldiers in vain. The lesson will be taught to the intrigue.

Let us know that Congress President Rahul Gandhi had earlier once again targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the terrorist attack in Pulwama. Rahul, while targeting the Prime Minister through tweet, said that the streets of the martyr’s house were growing and the Prime Minister was busy shooting. In the Tamil Nadu BJP has tied up with AIDMK for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. BJP will contest 5 seats in the state, while AIDM will field its candidates in 27 seats.

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