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Amit Shah says BJP will win 2019 polls with even bigger mandate than 2014

Zee News Saturday, 20 May 2017
BJP president Amit Shah on Saturday exuded confidence that his party will win the 2019 Lok Sabha polls with even bigger mandate than what it got in 2014.
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News video: Amit Shah Confident Of A Saffron Sweep In Telangana

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BJP President, Amit Shah addressing a booth committee meeting in Nalagonda reiterated that BJP is the biggest party and the network is spread far and wide. He said that the saffron clan is targeting Telanagana in 2019.

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