Why Gold Scam Prime Accused Visited Kerala CM Residence Regularly?: Amit Shah’s Seven Questions To Pinarayi VijayanHM and BJP leader Amit Shah (Source: @AmitShah/Twitter)

In his speech in the poll-bound state of Kerala yesterday, union home minister and Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Amit Shah shot sharp questions at the ruling Left front government.

Shah was speaking in Kanjirappally.

"I have seven questions for Vijayan ji - Did prime accused of gold scam work in your office or not? Did your government give this accused Rs 3 lakh per month? Did your Principal Secretary make phone calls to help these accused or not?" he asked.

"Did the accused woman make foreign trips on state funds and with Principal Secretary's permission? Why did she come to the chief minister’s residence regularly? Did you build pressure on Customs office after gold was seized from the airport? Was attack on ED/Customs officers probed properly?” he further said.

"There have been two floods in Kerala, and over 500 people lost their lives. Left govt calls our army very late, only for their own political mileage. They do not care about the lives of the people of Kerala,” said Shah.

"LDF and UDF governments have made Kerala a hub of corruption. When UDF comes to power, there is a solar light scam and during LDF's tenure, there are donor, and gold scams,” he added.

“BJP believes that governments should not intervene in issues related to temples. It should be left on devotees. Communist party cadres have mistreated Sabrimala bhakts, dressed in police attire,” Shah said speaking in Chathannoor.

“There are was a time when Kerala was considered as the role model of tourism and development. It was known as the most educated and peace-loving state. LDF and UDF governments have made Kerala a hub of corruption,” he added.

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