BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday said that both the Congress and the Left don’t see eye to eye in Kerala, but there are times when they can’t do without each other.
“On one hand the Marxist and Congress seems to be against each other in Kerala and on the other hand in West Bengal there seems to be Ilu-Ilu going on between them,” Shah said referring to an old Bollywood song.
“That is why I have came here to appeal to you all so that the people of Kerala give a new mandate to BJP, otherwise there would again a coalition government formed in the state,” he added at the rally.
Shah launched a tirade against the chief minister Oomen Chandy led Congress government in the state saying the present government of Congress in Kerala has made ‘governance and corruptions’ synonymous to each others.
“The list of scams is so long that if start taking name it would take me four days to complete,” he said.
“Half of the money of the public exchequer has gone into the homes of the leaders of the Congress Party,” he added.
Shah further pointed out that the people of Kerala knew the Congress government because of the corruption done by it.
Accusing the Communists of having no principle in practice, Shah said that former have become another form of the Congress for the sake of power.