Amit Shah hoisted 103 feet high tricolour in Bidar
Amit Shah hoisted 103 feet high tricolour in Bidar: Said-Nizam had massacred here by putting 2.5 feet high flag, it will be visible from far away
Union Home Minister Amit Shah is on a one-day visit to Karnataka today. He has hoisted the 103 feet high tricolour in Bidar here. On this occasion, he said that in this Garota village, a Nizam had killed hundreds of people because he had hoisted a 2.5 feet high tricolour. Today I can proudly say that on this very land, we have hoisted the 103 feet high tricolour which will not be hidden from anyone.
Shah also inaugurated the Garota Shaheed Memorial. He said that a memorial has also been built in the name of those immortal martyrs on this land. The 20 feet tall statue of Sardar Patel built here will be a symbol of the important role our first Home Minister played in the removal of the Nizam of Hyderabad. Only then did this area, this Bidar became a part of India.
The Home Minister said that the reservation being given till now to the minorities in Karnataka was not according to the constitution. There is no provision for reservation on the basis of religion in the constitution. The Congress government had given reservations to the minorities because of its politics of polarization. The BJP has abolished it and given it to the Vokkaliga and Lingayat communities.
He said that in the greed of the vote bank, Congress never paid respect to the freedom fighters of the country and the martyrs of the Hyderabad liberation war. Had Sardar Patel not come here and Hyderabad and Bidar would never have got independence. This is the second visit of the Home Minister to Karnataka in two days. Earlier, he also addressed the Regional Conference of Drug Trafficking and National Security in Bengaluru.
At the rally in Raichur, Amit Shah said that recent elections were held in the Northeast. Here Congress did not get more than 5 seats in any state. Whereas, NDA got successful in all three states. I want to appeal to the people of Raichur to vote for BJP for the development of the city.
BJP MP Amit Shah launched the Vijay Sankalp Yatra last Friday (March 3) in Bidar, Karnataka. Shah had addressed an election rally here. He said that the double-engine government would lead to the rapid development of the state. Shah said that Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has allocated a budget of five thousand crore rupees for the development of Karnataka.
The term of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly ends in May. Before that assembly elections are to be held there. Due to the nearness of the elections, the visits of PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah have increased in Karnataka. At present, there is only the BJP government in Karnataka.