Amit Shah insults Journalist Sumit Awasthi on a Live Show, video goes viral

The BJP and the team are leaving no stone unturned to woo voters ahead of the upcoming assembly elections in West Bengal. There is a fierce war between the ruling Trinamool Congress and the BJP currently playing the role of the main opposition party. It is difficult to detect the mood of the people in the midst of trying the strength of political parties. Meanwhile, ABP News organized a program called ‘Shikhar Sammelan’ on Friday in Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal. In which Union Home Minister Amit Shah also joined. A small video of this program is now becoming very viral on social media, about which ABP News anchor Sumit Awasthi is being trolled fiercely.

Amit Shah Insults Sumit Awasthi

In fact, in the video that is going viral, Sumit Awasthi questions Amit Shah, “Tell me, what is your friendship with Asaduddin Owaisi with honesty on your heart?” Replying to this question of the anchor, the Union Home Minister says, “Look, no one in India can ask me such a question except you. Because common sense does not say that we and Asaduddin Owaisi can have any friendship. “

After this, Amit Shah says ahead of the anchor, “I do not say that you do not have common sense.” Sumit Awasthi says, “You can speak because you are my guest.” This video of the program is now becoming very viral on social media, along with the users are trolling the anchor fiercely.

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Amit Shah said that we are interested in every corner of the country. I go everywhere. Everyone should go ahead with their ideology and go to the public. This is what campaigning means in elections.

Watch the video of Amit Shah at the ABP News Summit:

Let us tell you that elections are going to be held in West Bengal in April-May next year. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has already started its campaign to hold power in the state. The BJP aims to win 200 plus seats to win the assembly elections. Political parties are in full swing for elections in the state.

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