'Can People Of Karnataka Remain Safe?': Amit Shah Rips Congress Apart After Banned PFI's SDPI Extends Support In Kerala

While addressing the rally in Karnataka's Bengaluru on Tuesday, Amit Shah referred to the recent explosion at Bengaluru's 'Rameshwarama Cafe' and accused the grand old party of taking support of SDPI during the 'time when blasts are taking place in Bengaluru'.
Amit Shah Slams Congress After SDPI Extends Its Support To Grand Old Party

Amit Shah Slams Congress After SDPI Extends Its Support To Grand Old Party

Bengaluru: Amit Shah, Union Home Minister on Tuesday took a potshot at the Congress after banned radical outfit Popular Front of India's (PFI) political arm Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) extended its support to the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) in Kerala.
While addressing the rally in Karnataka's Bengaluru on Tuesday, Amit Shah referred to the recent explosion at Bengaluru's 'Rameshwarama Cafe' and accused the grand old party of taking support of SDPI during the 'time when blasts are taking place in Bengaluru'.
“On one hand there are blasts in Bengaluru, on the other hand, I just got the news that SDPI has supported Congress. If this is true then can the people of Karnataka remain safe under the Congress government?” the Union Home Minister said during his address at a roadshow in Karnataka's Ramanagara.

SDPI Extends Support To Congress-led UDF in Kerala

Shah's remarks came after the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI), the political arm of the banned Popular Front of India (PFI) extended its supports to the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) in Kerala for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
SDPI state President Muvattupuzha Ashraf Moulavi, during a press conference in Kochi, said after considering all factors, the party has decided to support a secular front — the UDF.
“In Kerala, we have decided to support the Congress-led UDF which is spearheading the anti-BJP bloc,” Moulavi told the media The SDPI leader said the party has not fielded any candidates in Kerala but has 18 candidates in various parts of the country.
“Our Constitution is being challenged. The BJP is bringing in laws to provide citizenship on the basis of religion. A Uniform Civil Code is planned, which will affect the diversity of the country. We will support the Congress-led UDF which is fighting the BJP at the national level,” Moulavi said.
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