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Amit Shah says he won't like to be Rahul's adviser

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chief today said he will "never accept" the job of advising the vice president

"I will never accept this job," Shah said, when asked what would he do if he were asked to advise after the Congress' poor show in the recent elections.



Shah was speaking at an interactive session at the Today Conclave here tonight via video link.

Asked if he and Prime Minister Modi had no reason to worry as long as the was led by Rahul Gandhi, Shah said, "We don't depend on our rivals' weakness."

To a question about his "earlier stint as a stock broker", Shah said, "I earned enough money then. ("Paisa toh maine theek thak kamaya tha").

On his relationship with Modi, Shah said, "My relationship with him is the same as it should be between a PM and (ruling) party president."

On the and its bickering ally contesting the recent civic polls separately, Shah said, "It was a friendly match. It has ended. Our alliance has been there for a long time and will continue.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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BJP chief Amit Shah today said he will "never accept" the job of advising the Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi. "I will never accept this job," Shah said, when asked what would he do if he were asked to advise Rahul Gandhi after the Congress' poor show in the recent elections. Shah was speaking at an interactive session at the India Today Conclave here tonight via video link. Asked if he and Prime Minister Narendra Modi had no reason to worry as long as the Congress was led by Rahul Gandhi, Shah said, "We don't depend on our rivals' weakness." To a question about his "earlier stint as a stock broker", Shah said, "I earned enough money then. ("Paisa toh maine theek thak kamaya tha"). On his relationship with Modi, Shah said, "My relationship with him is the same as it should be between a PM and (ruling) party president." On the BJP and its bickering ally Shiv Sena contesting the recent civic polls separately, Shah said, "It was a friendly match. It has ended. Our ... chief today said he will "never accept" the job of advising the vice president

"I will never accept this job," Shah said, when asked what would he do if he were asked to advise after the Congress' poor show in the recent elections.

Shah was speaking at an interactive session at the Today Conclave here tonight via video link.

Asked if he and Prime Minister Modi had no reason to worry as long as the was led by Rahul Gandhi, Shah said, "We don't depend on our rivals' weakness."

To a question about his "earlier stint as a stock broker", Shah said, "I earned enough money then. ("Paisa toh maine theek thak kamaya tha").

On his relationship with Modi, Shah said, "My relationship with him is the same as it should be between a PM and (ruling) party president."

On the and its bickering ally contesting the recent civic polls separately, Shah said, "It was a friendly match. It has ended. Our alliance has been there for a long time and will continue.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Amit Shah says he won't like to be Rahul's adviser

chief today said he will "never accept" the job of advising the vice president

"I will never accept this job," Shah said, when asked what would he do if he were asked to advise after the Congress' poor show in the recent elections.

Shah was speaking at an interactive session at the Today Conclave here tonight via video link.

Asked if he and Prime Minister Modi had no reason to worry as long as the was led by Rahul Gandhi, Shah said, "We don't depend on our rivals' weakness."

To a question about his "earlier stint as a stock broker", Shah said, "I earned enough money then. ("Paisa toh maine theek thak kamaya tha").

On his relationship with Modi, Shah said, "My relationship with him is the same as it should be between a PM and (ruling) party president."

On the and its bickering ally contesting the recent civic polls separately, Shah said, "It was a friendly match. It has ended. Our alliance has been there for a long time and will continue.

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