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Nobody can take away Kashmir from India till BJP is alive: Amit Shah

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Shah on Thursday asserted that whether the BJP government stays or goes nobody can take away from till party leaders are alive,

"said that should have a separate How can a country have two Prime Ministers? These people want to separate from and should know that Kashmir is India's inseparable part and till the day BJP's leaders are alive, nobody can take Kashmir away from us. Reinstate Narendra Modi as our PM and we would remove article 370," he said.

Shah said that was thinking of removing which the BJP would never allow. "says will be repealed. People like who kept spreading terrorism have run away from the country fearing PM Modi.

He says that he will return when a or comes to power. We challenge him to set foot on Indian shores; if he does, we will surely put him behind the bars," he said.

He appealed the people of Ballia to not vote for development but vote for security. He said, "Rahul Gandhi's Guru said that attacks like Pulwama happen all the time, why were air strikes required? We said that if you want to appease terrorists, you do it but we would never forgive those who disrupt peace within our borders. If fires a bullet, we will surely bomb them."

He spoke about the development initiatives of the BJP government. "Eight crore households have got toilets, 2.5 crore houses have been made for the poor and 2.35 crore people have got for the first time in their houses. Under Ayushman Bharat Yojana, 50 crore people have got the facility of getting upto Rs 5 Lakh for treatment of serious diseases, free of cost," he said.

He appealed to the people of Ballia to vote for BJP. "We will make the number 1 state in with the help of Modi-Yogi jodi," he claimed.

Elections to 484 constituencies stand completed in the first six phases. The remaining seats amounting to 59 would go to poll on May 19 in the final phase of the elections. The counting of votes will take place on May 23.

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First Published: Thu, May 16 2019. 16:26 IST