Chhindwara (Madhya Pradesh): Sounding a poll bugle in Chhindwara--known to be ex-CM Kamal Nath's territory, Union home minister boasted removal of Section 370.
Shah reminded public that it was the BJP government that removed the Section 370 to ensure Jammu and Kashmir are full integrated into India. He further claimed that "only BJP can protect this country."
In an attempt to woo tribals of the state, Shah, repeated, "It is BJP government who gave India its first Tribal President as Droupadi Murmu ."
Amid chants of 'Bharat Mata ki Jai', he urged public to vote for the BJP candidate in Chhindwara-- the only Lok Sabha seat won by Congress in 2019.
Notably, Kamal Nath's son Nakul Nath won Chhindwara in last Lok Sabha elections when BJP grabbed 28 of 29 seats. This time, the ruling BJP has decided to focus on this one seat they lost in 2019.
This is Amit Shah's second visit in Madhya Pradesh this year. On February 24, Shah reached Satna to attend Kol Tribe's convention.
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