Dhansaali, Feb 7: Hitting hard at the Congress party who is ruling the state of Uttarakhand, BJP president Amit Shah said that the congress party has spoiled the holy state with its corrupt practices.
Speaking at the election rally Amit Shah remained that BJP was the only party who stood with people of Uttarakhand when they were fighting for the formation of a separate state. He further added that the Congress party had spread corruption and anarchy in the state for five years.
Sharpening his attack on chief minister Harish Rawat, shah pointed that for the first time the CM of a state was caught with the horsetrading of MLAs on camera. Urging people to vote in favour of BJP in the upcoming polls Shah promised that his government will transform the economy of the state through effective use of tourism.
Hailing Prime Minister Modi’s efforts for Char Dham highway Shah said that it would help in improving the tourism sector and generating employment. Uttarakhand is going to polls on 15th February and the counting of votes will be done on March 11.