"Had Mandate To Change Constitution In Last 10 Years, But...": Amit Shah | Read

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah has dismissed the Opposition's claims that the BJP wants to win more than 400 Lok Sabha seats to amend the Constitution. He said that the BJP had the mandate to make changes in the Constitution for the past decade but never did so.

In an interview with ANI, Mr Shah said that the party's aim to secure more than 400 seats is to bring stability to the country's political landscape.

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