Fight election to uproot Congress forever: Amit Shah

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 16 Oct 2018 14:44:38


 

Staff Reporter,

“You have fought many elections to form Government. Coming Assembly election is not to form Government rather to uproot the Congress,” said BJP National President Amit Shah while speaking at the Karyakarta Sammelan of Rewa-Shahdol divisions in Rewa on Monday.


Giving the mantra of grand victory, Amit Shah administered pledge to party workers to win more than 200 Assembly seats in coming elections. Amit Shah said that BJP never contest election on the basis of leaders, rather it contest election on the basis of workers and register victory. Behind every unprecedented victory there is sweat and loyalty of party workers.


Throwing light on party’s journey and its achievements, he told that there was a time that celebration was done when party candidate’s deposit was saved. Now, BJP is the biggest party with 11 crore members. This change has not come automatically. There is sacrifice of five generations behind it. “We have to contest election not form Government, rather we have to fight election so that lotus blooms at every booth,” he told.


He exhorted BJP workers to create such an atmosphere through work that it becomes storm by reaching to Chhattisgarh and turns into Tsunami by reaching till Delhi.
“Elect Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again and I give guarantee that there would be party’s saffron flag from panchayat till Parliament for next 50 years,” he told.
He added that during Congress regime, Madhya Pradesh was BIMARU state and in last fifteen years of BJP rule, now it is standing in the category of developed states. The difference is not only palpable in figures but it is visible in daily life of people and in every house.


Taking on Congress, he said that now a days, Rahul Gandhi is making rounds of Madhya Pradesh and is seeing dream to form government in Madhya Pradesh. “Rahul Baba don’t see those dreams which does not get fulfilled,” he asserted.
He also took pot shots on State Congress President Kamal Nath and told that Kamal Nath is seen in Madhya Pradesh only during election time. He also spoke about NRC in Assam and identification of intruders.


BJP State President Rakesh Singh said that “We have achievements of Central and State governments. In this scenario, it is the duty of party workers to take these achievements till every home.”
On this occasion, BJP National Vice President Dushyant Gautam, Minister Rajendra Singh, General Secretary Vishnudutt Sharma and Reeti Pathak were present.