Amit Shah’s regret, just a ‘drama’
Amit Shah plays a new trick to cover up the Delhi defeat. After extensive use of the divisive agenda, now BJP union minister calls it unfortunate
Amit Shah plays a new trick to cover up the Delhi defeat.
After extensive use of the divisive agenda, now BJP union minister calls it unfortunate.
The ironic and dramatic himself made plenty of such provocative remarks during election campaign.
Continuous losses for BJP shows people's rejection for the communal agenda set by the party.
Six defeats in a row and states slipping out of its hands, BJP is in a state of shock.
So called roaring lions of the party are bleating down after strong defeat in Delhi.
BJP stalwart Amit Shah now has a new political stunt of regret.
In his first public address after the Delhi poll results, Shah has termed the controversial remarks "unfortunate".
Shah, who has been the biggest hate monger during campaigns, now calls it wrong.
BJP now shuns the same remarks which it used as it's most sought after weapons.
Amit Shah now says that the 'goli maaro' remark and 'India-Pakistan' comparison have hurt the people.
The so called self realization is nothing but another hogwash by the BJP.
Home minister said these remarks seem to have hurt the people and should have been avoided.
On the other hand, BJP has always encouraged it's leaders on such remarks instead of taking action against them.
BJP's drama of this turn-around once again revealed it's opportunist face.
The Shaheen Bagh 'current' remark has backfired to give a shock to the BJP.
The statements made my Amit Shah are just a face saving exercise for the BJP.