Amit Shah scared of party’s new headquarter; attributes BJP’s losses to it

New Delhi: BJP is not going well with its newly constructed headquarters. Party president Amit Shah himself is badly scared with it. BJP headquarter was shifted to a magnificent building last year itself. Since then, BJP is facing defeat one after another. The party feels it is because of vastu problem of the building. Keeping this in mind, party president Amit Shah has decided to sit in the old headquarters located at Ashok Road. There his office is being prepared afresh. The party with this headquarter had won a complete majority in 2014 Lok Sabha elections, and Amit Shah had played a key role in the victory.

The new headquarter was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in February last year. Tripura assembly election results were announced the same day in which BJP defeated left front which was in power for 25 years. However, in May, BJP could not form the government in Karnataka assembly elections. It met the same fate in Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.

It must be noted Amit Shah after becoming national president had also made a new entrance gate and also made several other changes in old headquarter to make it ‘vastu-compliant’.