While addressing party functionaries at the BJP state executive meet in the temple town of Gujarat, party President Amit Shah once again stated his vision of completely removing Congress from the roots. Shah came with a report card of 30 key decisions taken under Prime Minister Narendra Modi in last three years and called this BJP’s ‘golden period’ as the party is currently ruling 60 percent of the country.
“Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Kamrup (Assam) to Dwarka has come under one rule…. (But) only success is not enough; we should stay true to the vision of the party, which is to put India on the world map,” Shah was quoted as saying by Amit Shah. “We (Modi government) demonstrated to the world how a powerful, smart and emotional nation looks like.” Praising the BJP’s ‘sangathan’ (organisation) in Gujarat, he said, It is the model Gujarat sangathan that I am now taking across India… Don’t let this opportunity go…the goal must be to remove Congress from the roots.”
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Bhupendra Yadav, the present BJP in-charge for Gujarat, said, “Earlier we used to win two-third majority, now we talk of three-fourth majority. We expect the same in the upcoming Gujarat polls.” Amit Shah talked how BJP, that started as Jan Sangh in 1950 has transformed into a big family with more than 11 crore members today. Shah said not only BJP has majority in 14 states but has formed 17 governments under NDA.
“Je party ne shehri loko ni party ganta tha, sukhi lokoni party ganta hata e party aaje garibon ni andar, kheduton ni andar, daliton ni andar, adivasiyon ni andar (The party which was earlier known to represent urban and prosperous people has today struck root among the poor, the farmers, Dalits, OBCs and the Adivasis),” he said.