BJP is 'Lie Hard' - Rahul takes pot shot a la Hollywood

BJP is 'Lie Hard' - Rahul takes pot shot a la Hollywood

Lunawada MLA Ratansinh Rathod wrote to Gujarat Governor O P Kohli declaring his support to the BJP and also came to BJP headquarters here to participate in the meeting of its newly elected MLAs to elect their leader.

Interacting with mediapersons here at his party office here, Mr Owaisi said the temple politics of both parties indicated that they were deliberately attempting to politically marginalise Muslims.

"If BJP had a film franchise it would be called Lie Hard #BJPLieHard #BJPLies #HowManyBJPLies", Gandhi Tweeted. "Let us see what you call it".

He said, "this is also an indication that neither the BJP nor the Congress is showing any interest to secure Muslim votes".

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In Gujarat, the Congress has lost the election but the party has been boasting about the results as a symbolic victory for its cadre as it instilled a sense of confidence within the ranks.

Ahead of Gujarat elections, the Congress president spent over 20 days campaigning extensively for his party. Indeed, the figures show that, of the 77 seats the Congress could win, it got just four seats of the 36 in the four major cities - all in Ahmedabad, getting a big zero in the rest of the three, Vadodara, Surat and Rajkot. 70% of you believed this.

After the decision on one of the biggest corruption scandals which took place during Manmohan Singh's government, the 47-year-old Congress chief said, "You all know the truth now about 2G, the truth is in front of you".

The results of the Gujarat Assembly polls announced earlier this week brought some cheer to the Congress as the party put up a strong fight in the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah.

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