*Picture shows Amit Shah addressing a rally.
Two days before the first of total five-phase Assembly polls in Jharkhand is slated to be held on November 30, BJP president and Home Minister Amit Shah today addressed two election rallies in Naxal infested Chatra and Garhwa.
At both these places, his electoral speech centered around three main issues connected with the BJP government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
First, he said, by revoking Article 370 and 35 A, the Modi government had performed 'Sri Ganesh' to finish terrorists in Kashmir.
Two, he mocked at the Congress leader Rahul Gandhi saying, "Rahul Baba, where you have seen poverty."
Three, the BJP government has worked to bury Naxals 20 feet deep grave in Jharkhand.
Shah said a plan to build a steel plant in Chatra is moving forward. It will provide employment to youths.' Next time when I come, this steel plant will be ready. In Chatra, the BJP government has built 73,187 toilets.
"Rahul Baba had taunted saying the toilet was mentioned as 'development' by our government. Rahul Baba, when mothers and sisters had to go for defaecation in open, they felt ashamed. Rahul Baba where you have seen poverty", quipped Shah.
He promised Hindus that a sky-touching Ram Mandir will be built in Ayodhya.