In Hubballi Shah said the BJP is not against reservation and the party would protect the interest of the oppressed classes
09 Апреля, 2018, 00:49
While Shah went on to attack the Opposition for not letting Parliament function with its constant disruption, it is this comparison to animals that has infuriated the Opposition. "He told us that we have to utilise the policies and programmes of the Centre and state governments to strengthen the organisation at the grassroots", said a BJP legislator here. "Rahul Gandhi and others are saying that we are demolishing reservation for SCs and STs". Party workers from various parts of Maharashtra are expected to attend the event to be held at the MMRDA grounds in the Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) in suburban Bandra.
"Rahul ji, (Sharad) Pawar sahab, open your ears and listen". He said the efforts of the Opposition parties to bury their differences to form a third front for the 2019 polls were their last attempt to remain afloat. Shah said "the countdown" to the Lok Sabha elections next year has already begun and called upon all activists to fan out to each village in the country and highlight the achievements of the Modi sarkar in the past four years.
Addressing karyakartas or party workers via video conference, Prime Minister Modi gave a clarion call to the BJP Karyakartas to keep working for the country and appealed all to never say or do anything that lowers India's political discourse.
However, the BJP workers alleged that their special trains were late by two to five hours as the railways did not run them on priority.
Shah said opposition Congress is deliberately spreading falsehood the government had done away with the SC/ST Act. "If you workers reach out to people then no one can defame us", said Fadnavis.
Senior Congress spokesperson Anand Sharma said the remarks were "shameful" and reflected Shah's mindset.
Sharma said, "The remarks made by Amit Shah are condemnable. The Modi government has planned to compensate farmers with 1.5 times the price of their crop", Shah said.
Besides enumerating various welfare schemes, Shah raked up the Army's surgical strikes across the LoC, to signify the Modi government's achievements.
She added: "Shah's statement is enough to prove how low the party has fallen under the leadership of the Guru [Narendra Modi] and the Chela [Amit Shah]". "Nagpur MLA, Milind Bane, himself a doctor, was travelling in the same train and he checked Behre immediately", he said.