Amit Shah tells people to vote in large numbers to help rule of development win in Gujarat

Pitching the Gujarat Assembly polls as a battle between 'dynastic rule and rule of development', BJP chief Amit Shah asked people to vote in large numbers to help the rule of development win.

PTI December 13, 2017 22:20:35 IST
Amit Shah tells people to vote in large numbers to help rule of development win in Gujarat

New Delhi: Pitching the Gujarat Assembly polls as a battle between "dynastic rule and rule of development", BJP chief Amit Shah asked people to vote in large numbers to help the rule of development win.

In a statement on the eve of the second and last phase of the Gujarat Assembly polls, he claimed that the state suffered a lot of discrimination and injustice under the UPA government but is now developing fast, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the helm in the Centre.

Gujarat has become a model state in the 22 years of the BJP rule, he said.

"Vote in large numbers tomorrow and choose rule of development in its battle against rule of dynasty," he said.

The BJP has used the dynasty plank to attack the Congress.

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