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Amit Shah says 2019 Elections should not be seen as ordinary polls

Amit Shah says 2019 Elections should not be seen as ordinary polls
Amit Shah says 2019 Elections should not be seen as ordinary polls

Terming the forthcoming assembly polls as”very important” for its nation, BJP president Amit Shah on Monday reported the result would put a solid foundation for its Narendra Modi government’s return to power at 2019 and which makes it”invincible” for quite a while.

“BJP needs to have a long and uninterrupted rule from panchayat into Parliament, such as Congress needed for more than 30 decades, to realise its aim of making India a world leader,” Shah said in a video-address to party employees in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh.

“The elections in 2018 shouldn’t be regarded as ordinary polls. These are extremely important elections to the nation because these will probably be accompanied with the (Lok Sabha) election in 2019,” he added.

The BJP leader said the Modi government had completed a whole lot but five years weren’t sufficient to pull the nation from this”wreck” left by the decades-long Congress rule and also make it an economic and military superpower.

Noting that BJP was in power in the Centre double – first underneath Atal Bihari Vajpayee and currently under Modi – Shah said the nation would march ahead by re-electing the present dispensation.

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“Such as the Congress must rule out of panchayat into Parliament to get 30-35 years following independence, BJP needs to have a similar rule in the nation to realise its goal of making India an excellent state and Mother India that a vishwaguru,” Shah said.

“Winning the 2019 election is likely to create BJP invincible from panchayat into Parliament for quite a very long moment. A Beautiful BJP, we’ve got strong confidence, will pave the way for a comfortable, secure and rich India,” he added.

Referring to a variety of survey successes that the celebration had notched up as it came into power in the Centre at 2014,” Shah said it had been a consequence of Modi’s direction, the manner he’d worked to win people’s confidence, along with the difficult work of their party employees.

He accused Congress of carrying the aspect of infiltrators and Naxals, inquiring its president Rahul Gandhi to create his party’s stand clear on those problems.

If chosen to power in 2019, the BJP government will start a nationwide practice to recognize and neutralize infiltrators,” Shah explained.

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While his party’s authorities had taken tough steps against Maoists, Congress was tender on them and watched revolutionaries inside these, the BJP chief inserted.


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