Mizo National Front, a constituent of the BJP-ruled North-East Democratic Alliance, has dismissed BJP President Amit Shah's statement that if his party won the election of 2019, he would rule the country for 50 years. The party says Amit Shah is not a god, who predict fifty or a hundred years. Voting was held for the assembly elections on November 28 in Mizoram. Election results will be announced after the counting on December 11.
Doubt over the prophecy!
The main opposition party in Mizoram, though, believes that the Congress or the UPA will not be able to win the general elections. Former Chief Minister and Mizo National Front chief Joramthanga said in the media that his party can not ever combine it in the state due to the Hindutva politics of BJP. He said, 'I doubt that he (Shah) is not God. He can not predict in politics. ' Joramthanga said, "Amit Shah can predict that Congress will not come to power but it is an exaggeration to predict 50 or 100 years."
Against the BJP completely
It is noteworthy that BJP President Amit Shah had said in a meeting of the National Executive in September that due to hard work of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the party will win the 2019 elections and thereafter nobody will be able to remove the BJP from power for 50 years. When asked about the relationship between the Mizo National Front BJP and the two-time Chief Minister, Joramthanga said that he is completely against the BJP on ideology and other issues.
NDA is better than UPA
They said, "Because we are Christians. They want to propagate Hindutva. As far as these things are concerned, we can not come together. Our ideology is different. He said, "As far as the country is concerned, the NDA is better than the UPA, so we come with him at the Center. But in the case of ideology we are completely different. The BJP also knows this very well. Mizo National Front contested alone against Congress and BJP in the assembly elections held on 28 November in Mizoram. The MNF and the Congress have 40-40 while the BJP has won its independence in 39 seats. Mizoram has been the Congress government since 2008. The results of the Mizoram election will be declared on December 11.