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Don't argue and accept your fault if someone hits your bike: Haryana CM advises Amit Shah before bike rally in Haryana

15, Feb 2018 By Sandeep Kadian

Jind: BJP President Amit Shah is set to launch party’s campaign for 2019 polls in Haryana at a bike rally in Jind. While a lot of safety precautions have been taken to make sure it is an incident-free rally, experts haven’t ruled out an accident with so many bikes on the road at the same time. In such an event, Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar has advised Mr. Shah to simply accept that he is at fault instead of getting into any argument.

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Amit Shah hasn’t driven a vehicle in Haryana before this and is ignorant of the road etiquette practiced in the state. Therefore, local CM felt it is his duty to make Mr. Shah aware before he gets into an argument with someone else on the road.

Even though there will be 1 Lakh party workers along with Amit Shah, party is not leaving anything to chance as the other person can also gather thousands from local villages in no time whatsoever. “Everyone is always itching for a fight in these parts so gathering thousands for a fight over any argument won’t take any time at all. We want to avoid all that by avoiding any argument”, a BJP party official said.

The BJP President has also been advised to give side every time he sees a Haryana Roadways bus in the rear-view mirror as Haryana Roadways drivers can’t see any vehicle below an SUV and are likely to pass right over him if he doesn’t move to the side.