Modi wave is over, says Sanjay Raut after BJP’s defeat in Karnataka

Sanjay Raut

BJP’s defeat in Karnataka shows that the ‘Modi wave’ is coming to an end, while the ‘opposition’s wave’ is sweeping the country, Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Sanjay Raut predicted on Sunday, a day after the Congress defeated the BJP in the southern state.

According to reports, the Maharashtra politician stated that “The Modi wave is over and now our wave is coming across the country. Our preparation for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections has started, and today a meeting has been called under the chairmanship of (NCP chief) Sharad Pawar….we will discuss about the 2024 elections in this meeting and start preparing for it.”

Raut didn’t just stop there as he went on to say that the saffron party’s defeat in Karnataka demonstrates that citizens can defeat ‘dictatorship.’

He furthermore asked that “Congress won, which means Bajrang Bali is with the Congress and not BJP. Home minister (Amit Shah) was saying that if BJP loses,therewill be riots. Karnataka is calm and happy. Where are the riots?.”