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Imphal, 28 February 2017 ( Evening News ) : National President of BJP, Amit Shah asserted the 15 years of corrupted Congress Government does not have the right to retain.  Amit Shah made the statement at the political campaign of three BJP candidates,Nemcha Kipgen, Haokholet Kipgen amadi Paojalet Taothang  from Sadar Hill  held in connection with the upcoming election at Thomas Ground,Kangpokpii District Headquarters. He continued if the people hand over the government to BJP, there will be equal development in both the hills and the valley. He said the Congress govt’s trying to instil hatred amongst the communities must stop immediately. Assam MP, RP Sharma, Finance Minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma and BJP State Unit President, Kh. Bhavananda were among those present at the event. Speaking to media persons at the end of the campaign, Amit Shah maintained BJP will get absolute majority in the upcoming election and will form the new government

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