Amit Shah says his assessment on Delhi election went wrong
Speaking at an event in Delhi, Amit Shah said the BJP may have suffered in the Delhi election because of statements made by some party leaders
Amit Shah — who until a few months ago was the BJP chief — admitted on Thursday that his assessment on the Delhi election went wrong
- Amit Shah also said hate speeches made by some BJP leaders should have been avoided
- Such statements made by the BJP leaders may be the reason for the BJP’s defeat, Amit Shah also said
- Amit Shah was speaking days after the BJP was soundly beaten in the Delhi election
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday said his assessment on the Delhi election, in which the Bharatiya Janata Party lost, went wrong. Shah’s comments came days after the ruling Aam Aadmi Party came to power in Delhi with an impressive victory over the BJP.
Arvind Kejriwal’s AAP won 62 out of Delhi’s 70 assembly seats while the BJP managed to win only eight, five more than its 2015 tally.
Speaking at an event in New Delhi on Thursday, Amit Shah — who until a few months ago was the BJP chief — admitted that his assessment on the Delhi election went wrong. In the days before the election, the BJP had expressed confidence of winning the Delhi election.
Speaking at the event, Shah also said hate speeches like ‘goli maro’ and ‘Indo-Pak match’ should not have been made by BJP leaders during the Delhi election campaign and that such remarks may have resulted in the party’s defeat.
“Statements like ‘goli maro’ and ‘Indo-Pak match’ should not have been made. Our party has distanced itself from such remarks,” Shah said, while admitting that the BJP may have suffered because of the statements made by some party leaders in the Delhi polls.
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