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Mar 05, 2019
7:04PM

Country will face a bleak future if coalition govt comes to power: Amit Shah

PTI
BJP President Amit Shah has said that the country will face a bleak future if a coalition government comes to power at Centre.

He also said that such Coalition government will be too weak to answer Pakistan- sponsored terrorism.

Speaking in a public rally at Godda in Jharkhand today afternoon, he said that the BJP government has sanctioned more than nine thousand crores rupees for Welfare of Tribals.

Mr Shah also said that because of efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Indian Air Force pilot Abhinandan could come back within 48 hours from Pakistan captivity.


AIR Correspondent reports that BJP National President laid foundation stone forty gas distribution project for Deoghar in Jharkhand and Jamui and Shekhpura in Bihar, which would supply PNG gas to about 38 thousand houses, apart from CNG  to industrial complex and vehicles.

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