Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Tuesday addressed party workers in Lucknow and said that “BJP workers worked at booth level in Uttar Pradesh. I extend my heartiest thanks to party workers who made every effort to make the party stand again in the state politics.” He added that party has become world’s ‘largest institution with 11 crore members.’ Shah added that BJP workers have reached the ‘heights of hard work’ in Uttar Pradesh. However, he warned them that the ‘public has given a mandate to BJP to transform and change the current situation in Uttar Pradesh’ that is steeped in corruption and inefficiency and that is exactly what they should strive for.
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“People have not voted to change the position of Bharatiya Janata Paty in country’s politics, they have not voted to make Yogi ji the chief minister, they have voted for a change in the current situation of Uttar Pradesh,” Shah said. He added that BJP is an organisation of patriots. Shah said that BJP is ruling 60 per cent of total land in India. Slamming former UPA government-led by Manmohan Singh, Shah said, “There was a government in India where every minister used to consider himself as the prime minister, and nobody considered the prime minister as the prime minister (sic)”.
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