Karnataka Blues for BJP at Shah rally; translator says PM Modi will ‘damage nation’

Bhartiya Janata Party, President Amit Shah, Prahlad Joshi, PM Narendra Modi, dalits, poor
Karnataka Blues for BJP at Shah rally; translator says PM Modi will 'damage nation'

It seems that Bhartiya Janata Party is making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Party President Amit Shah was in a fix today as his translator goofed pretty much of the script. While Amit Shah was addressing a rally in Challkere of Karnataka’s Devanagari district where, according to the translator Prahlad Joshi’s version, he said, “PM Narendra Modi will not do anything for Dalits, poor and the backward classes. He will damage the nation. Please vote for him.”

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However, Shah said that “Siddaramaiah government could not develop Karnataka. You have faith in PM Modi and cast your vote for Yeddyurappa. We will transform Karnataka into the best state in the country.”

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Shah was not caught in this embarrassing situation for the first time as earlier this week he ended up in calling BS Yeddyurappa a ‘corrupt’ man. “Bhrashtachar keliye agar spardha kar li jaaye to Yeddyurappa sarkar ko bhrashtachar mein number one sarkar ka award zurur milega (If ever there is a competition on the most corrupt, then Yeddyurappa government will be awarded number one,” Shah said at a press conference shortly after the dates of the Karnataka election were announced

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