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         Posted on :16:32:32 May 15, 2018
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         Tags: Karnataka victory, lesson for Kerala, Kerala,

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP leader K Surendran has come out to congratulate the BJP in Kanataka that has won more number of seats than Congress in the Karnataka Assembly election. He said that the party was able to make success by bringing out all party workers to the election scene and with the timely appropriate moves made by ‘Modiji’.

“When Congress leaders controlled election work, sitting inside AC rooms, the BJP leaders went into the middle of the public under the hot son and did the election work. In the coming days, this victory would be a lesson for Kerala. It has been already announced that after Karnataka, Amith Shah-BJP syndicate will reach Kerala. The BJP will next conquer the mind Kerala,” Surendran said on his Facebook post.

“These leaders are a role model for all. All victories are the result of hard work. After Gujarat and Himachal election, Shah camped in Karnataka and helmed election activities. Three-tier organisational arrangement was in place to control election activities. There was one representative from Centre, one from Karnataka and one from the neighbouring state to look after election work in different areas. Amit Shah took stock of the situation every day through reports promptly submitted to him,” he added.

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