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Uttarkhand : Harish Rawat accepted Amit Shah’s challenge and said – show GO order for Namaz leave Union Home Minister

Political agitation has intensified regarding the next year’s Uttarakhand Assembly Election 2022. Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who visited Uttarakhand on Friday, blew the election bugle. Amit Shah, who reached Dehradun, gave a challenge of argument to former Chief Minister Harish Rawat of Congress in Uttarakhand in the election public meeting. Along with this, he also took a jibe at Harish Rawat for giving leave for Friday prayers. On the other hand, Harish Rawat has accepted Amit Shah’s challenge and asked that the Union Home Minister should show GO of Namaz leave.

Earlier, Amit Shah said that Harish Rawat committed a lot of corruption by selling Danish liquor in Uttarakhand. The public has seen the truth of Harish Rawat even in the sting case. Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the Congress party had dug a big pit in Uttarakhand. It took less than five years to fill it, so give another chance to the young Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami.

Praised Dhami
Amit Shah praised Pushkar Singh Dhami a lot. Amit Shah said that the damage done in the disaster of 2013 is being compensated now. But in the disaster that just came, the young Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami handled the state in such a way that there was no major loss.

Harish Rawat counterattacked
Former Uttarakhand Chief Minister and National General Secretary Harish Rawat hit back at Amit Shah’s allegations and said that he is ready for any kind of debate and argument. Harish Rawat said that Danish liquor is still being sold in Uttarakhand. Hundreds of deaths occurred in Haridwar district due to spurious liquor under the BJP government, in which no one has been punished till date. Harish Rawat said that GO Amit Shah should also show us related to the holiday of Namaz on Friday. Harish Rawat said that I am very happy if I have come to know that I was targeted in the entire address. I would like to say ‘Mogambo is happy’.