Amit Shah’s Gulbarga rally big flop, says Congress; releases video

BJP Karnataka fails to get enough crowds to fill seats at BJP President Amit Shah’s rally in Kalburgi (Gulbarga) on Sunday, February 25. Congress released a video showing masses of empty seats

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Congress leader Priyank Kharge on Sunday released a video of Amit Shah’s rally in Kalburgi (Gulbarga), Karnataka, showing masses of empty chairs. The video shows arrangements for crowds had been made by the Karnataka BJP, but the expected crowd didn’t turn up. The video can be seen below:

BJP on Sunday also released a video of Amit Shah addressing a convention in Kalburgi (Gulbarga). The BJP video was focused only on Amit Shah and did not show the crowd.

Last November too, the BJP was left red-faced after a very poor turnout for Amit Shah’s rally in Karnataka’s capital Bengaluru. Worse, it was supposed to be a rally of party workers. If BJP cadre could not be convinced to take the trouble to attend Amit Shah’s rally, it is hardly surprising that there is lesser enthusiasm among the general public. Reportedly Amit Shah was angry at the time with the BJP Karnataka unit for the big flop rally in Bengaluru. However, as this seems to be happening repeatedly with Amit Shah, how long can he blame his party workers for his personal unpopularity?

And more intriguingly, where is the famed RSS cadre that could easily fill any meeting ground? Why aren’t they turning up for Amit Shah’s rallies?

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