The Delhi Polls Are A Contest Between Prime Minister Narendra Modi Who Eliminated Terroris

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The Delhi polls are a contest between Prime Minister Narendra Modi who eliminated terrorists through surgical strikes inside Pakistan and those supporting the S

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The Delhi polls are a contest between Prime Minister Narendra Modi who eliminated terrorists through surgical strikes inside Pakistan and those supporting the Shaheen Bagh protests, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Thursday.

Seeking votes for the BJP during an election meeting at Bhatti Mines Sanjay Colony (Chhatarpur), Mr Shah said the refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan have as much right over the country as its other citizens.

"Two forces are face to face in the assembly elections in Delhi. On one side is Prime Minister Narendra Modi who eliminated terrorists through air and surgical strikes inside Pakistan and on the other hand are those supporting Shaheen Bagh. You have to decide whom do you support," he said.

He said a vote for the BJP in the February 8 polls will ensure security of Delhi and the country.

Shaheen Bagh in south east Delhi, has emerged as the epicentre of anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests in the country. A large number of women protesters have taken the centrestage at the protest in Shaheen Bagh since mid-December last year.

Attacking senior AAP leader and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, Mr Shah said the BJP was with thousands of Pakistani refugees living in Delhi's Sanjay Colony.

"Sisodia said I am with Shaheen Bagh. Now I am saying we are with Sanjay Colony. I want to say to Dalits who have come from Pakistan and settled in Sanjay Colony that you have as much right over this country as I and my son have," he said.

The Delhi polls are a contest between Prime Minister Narendra Modi who eliminated terrorists through surgical strikes inside Pakistan and those supporting the Shaheen Bagh protests, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Thursday.

Seeking votes for the BJP during an election meeting at Bhatti Mines Sanjay Colony (Chhatarpur), Mr Shah said the refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan have as much right over the country as its other citizens.

"Two forces are face to face in the assembly elections in Delhi. On one side is Prime Minister Narendra Modi who eliminated terrorists through air and surgical strikes inside Pakistan and on the other hand are those supporting Shaheen Bagh. You have to decide whom do you support," he said.

He said a vote for the BJP in the February 8 polls will ensure security of Delhi and the country.

Shaheen Bagh in south east Delhi, has emerged as the epicentre of anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests in the country. A large number of women protesters have taken the centrestage at the protest in Shaheen Bagh since mid-December last year.

Attacking senior AAP leader and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, Mr Shah said the BJP was with thousands of Pakistani refugees living in Delhi's Sanjay Colony.

"Sisodia said I am with Shaheen Bagh. Now I am saying we are with Sanjay Colony. I want to say to Dalits who have come from Pakistan and settled in Sanjay Colony that you have as much right over this country as I and my son have," he said.

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