Kerala Elections 2021: People of Kerala are fed up of LDF and UDF, says Amit Shah

BJP’s top leader and Home Minister Amit Shah holds a political roadshow in Thrippunithura, Kerala.

On Wednesday, March 24, Union Home Minister Amit Shah holds a roadshow in Thrippunithura district of Kerala. Amit Shah reached Kochi, Kerala on Tuesday for political roadshow amid legislative assembly elections.

During the roadshow, Amit shah told ANI, “The people of Kerala are fed up of LDF and UDF. The people here are seeing Bhartiya Janata Party as an alternative. I am sure that we will perform well in the upcoming Kerala Assembly elections.”
The Home Minister also lashed out on Congress for its double standard with Communists. He said to ANI, “Congress is a confused party. In Kerala, they are fighting against the Communists and in Bengal fighting along with them. Congress party and its leadership is confused.”
Amit Shah reached Tripunithura to hold a roadshow for BJP candidate KS Radhakrishnan. Amit Shah election campaign was rescheduled as application of NDA candidate from Thalassery was rejected. PM Narendra Modi will also start campaigning in Kerala from April 2.
Top BJP leaders including BJP president J P Nadda, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath are also expected to attend political rallies in Kerala in upcoming days. Election for Kerala legislation is scheduled to be done in single phase on April 6, 2021. The Poll result will be announced on May 2, 2021.
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