BJP president Amit Shah has today once again called for Congress-free India and said that if the party has to be freed from the party, then it has to be voted out of power also from Himachal Pradesh. Addressing a rally in the Solan district of the state, he said that earlier the nation had a prime minister, whose voice could not be heard properly, but now things have changed.
Elaborate arrangements were made by the party to accommodate 6,000 booth level workers and senior leaders of the party, a report in ‘The tribune’ has said. Since taking over as trhe party chief, Amit shah had called for Congress-free India on several occasions. With crucial elections slated to be held next year including in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh, he along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi have addressed several rallies, which has become more important for the party after the demonetisation drive.
Yesterday, Samajwadi Party leader based in Bagpat had announced “appropriate reward” for beheading of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah. Tarun Deo Yadav, a former SP youth wing president of the district, had announced this through hand-written note. He had also alleged Modi and Shah of creating an Emergency-like situation” with demonetisation step and held them responsible for the 2002 Godhra riots. “These two Jallads (Executioner) are being on creating Godhra like situation in the country,” he had said in the statement.
In a letter,issued by his office, reads his designation as party’s Baghpat district youth wing president even while the fact is state party president Shivpal Yadav had dismissed all district units. Even after the video went viral, the leader is seen challenging both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Amit Shah to enter Baghpat and hold a rally.