As only two phases of the 2019 Lok Sabha Polls are remaining, BJP chief Amit Shah at an election rally has asked the opposition parties who will be the prime minister if the ‘gathbandhan’ is voted to power, raising the issue of possible disagreement among them on their PM candidate.
“On Monday, Mayawati will be prime minister. On Tuesday, it will be Sharad Pawar and someone else on Wednesday,” Shah said at an election rally in Siddharthnagar.
He claimed many of the opposition leaders are in politics only to “realise” their vested interests, hide corruption and for their families.
He contrasted the situation in the Opposition camp with the BJP, saying his party has declared Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate.
“If voted to power, Narendra Modi will become prime minister. But I want to ask Rahul Baba, bua-bhatija (Akhilesh Yadav and Mayawati), as to who will be the leader of your gathbandhan?,” Shah said.
Shah was addressing election rallies in Siddharthnagar and Balrampur during his day-long visit to Uttar Pradesh to woo voters for the remaining two phases of Lok Sabha polls on May 12 and 19.