Alliances like Congress-JD(S) may not last long says Amit Shah

BJP president Amit Shah raised doubts over the longevity of to be formed Congress-JD(S) government in Karnataka. The alliance government will assume office next week after BJP government fell this afternoon following BS Yeddyurappa’s resignation after he admitted that his party doesn’t had numbers to sail through the trust vote.

“We will not make any efforts to bring down Congress government in Karnataka. However, such governments do not last for longer period,” Amit Shah said.

Targeting the Congress party on developments in Karnataka and calling the alliance as “unholy”, he said that the Congress has joined hands with JD(S) against whom they had fought elections. “An unholy alliance is coming to power in Karnataka”.

Also claiming that Dalits are the biggest beneficiaries of Modi government’s Mudra scheme, he took on the Congress once again and told that Dalit icon Dr BR Ambedkar was not given Bharat Ratna under Congress regime.