Muzaffarnagar: Amit Shah vows 'badla'

Amit Shah
Muzaffarnagar, April 5:In a meeting with the Jat community, 40 km from Muzaffarnagar in Raajhar village, Amit Shah (BJP's general secretary) vowed for 'badla' (revenge).

Shah said,"This election is about voting out the government that protects and gives compensation to those who killed Jats. It is about badla (revenge) and protecting izzat (honour)."

Interestingly, Shah was also accompanied by BJP legislator Suresh Rana, who was accused of instigating the riots in Muzaffarnagar last year.

Meeting the Gurjar, Rajput and Dalit community leaders, Shah further added,"A man can live without food or sleep. He can live when he's thirsty and hungry. But when he's insulted, he can't live. Apmaan ka badla toh lena padega."

This followed suit with the claims that if Narendra Modi became the PM, Pakistan would be in place. "Pakistan would not dare to chop off head of any soldier like Hemraj on Indian borders if Modi comes to power," he said.

Shah was here to inaugurate Modi's election office in Sigra locality in Varanasi.

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