Now Congress has started believing in Supreme Court and liking EVMs: BJP chief Amit Shah


    Radhika Dhawad | May 21, 2018 20:07

    BJP chief Amit Shah said that now the Congress has started believing in constitutional bodies like Supreme Court and they even like EVMs.
    Amit Shah (Photo source: twitter)

    BJP chief Amit Shah on Monday told reporters that now the Congress has started believing in constitutional bodies like Supreme Court, Election Commission of India and they even like EVMs. Shah made the statement after the BJP failed to prove majority in the Karnataka Assembly elections, which led to the formation of Congress and JD(S) government in the state.

    He said, “He added, “Hopefully, Congress’ new definition of ‘victory’ continues till 2019 as it’s only going to benefit us. Now the Congress is starting to have faith in constitutional bodies like Supreme Court, Election Commission of India and they even like EVMs.”

    He also urged the Congress to explain Karnataka the reason for their celebration despite their majority ministers lost the elections. He added, “Hopefully, Congress’ new definition of ‘victory’ continues till 2019 as it’s only going to benefit us. Now the Congress is starting to have faith in constitutional bodies like Supreme Court, Election Commission of India and they even like EVMs.”

    The BJP chief that it’s only the Congress and JD(S), which are celebrating their win in the Karnataka Assembly elections but Karnataka people aren’t. He even said that the Congress had come up with a new way of projecting defeat as its victory.

    He also claimed that the Congress lawyer lied in the Supreme Court that BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa had sought seven days time from the Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala to prove majority in the House

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