Look who is Shah’s Bharat?

August 14 2016

Had Amit Shah really prepared himself to take over the reins of Gujarat? Reliable sources close to the PMO claim that after Anandiben’s resignation over Facebook, Amit Shah had gone to Mumbai, where he met some industrialists close to Modi. In the meeting, Shah requested these moneybags to recommend his name to Modi for the chief minister’s post. After returning to Delhi, Shah spoke to Venkaiah Naidu, Arun Jaitley and Nitin Gadkari, and requested them to make the PM agree to Shah’s name. According to sources, on the day the BJP was to have a Parliamentary group meeting, Shah had spoken to Ram Lal and Ananth Kumar in detail. Narendra Modi came to know about this incident. Thus, the minute Modi entered the meeting room to talk about Gujarat during the Parliamentary group meeting, he clearly told the Parliamentarians that all names, except that of Amit Shah, will be discussed for the chief minister’s post. Sensing Modi’s intentions, the name of Nitin Patel got approval and it fell upon Nitin Gadkari and Saroj Pandey to get the MLAs’ approval for Patel’s name. The minute Nitin Patel’s group came to know about this, his supporters started distributing sweets, and Patel himself started accepting congratulatory messages. Seeing how all his moves were going awry, Shah met with Modi that very night, touched his feet as a mark of respect, and asked for his blessings saying that in 2017, he will win Gujarat’s Assembly elections on his own. Thereafter, he spoke to Modi in Gujarati and said, “For this, all you need to do is give the green signal to Vijay Rupani’s name.” Although Modi agreed to this, somehow Shah still can’t come to terms with the fact that he couldn’t become the chief minister despite wanting to. It matters little that Rupani, like Bharat, is running the state in Shah’s name. Ram still got exile, didn’t he?

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