8 Things Amit Shah Said at the BJP National Executive Meet
Shah accused Cong of aligning with forces that want to “break” India while his party was focussed on “making” India.
Addressing a press conference at the BJP National Executive Meet, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman briefed the media on party president Amit Shah’s speech to the members of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Speaking to the media, Sitharaman said that Shah has urged party workers not to be complacent because of the continuous electoral successes since 2014 and to reach out to the people with a clear-cut message that BJP was not at all worried about the opposition ganging up against the party.
Shah called the united opposition an ‘opposition of lies and falsehood’ and accused Congress of aligning with forces that want to “break” India while his party was focused on “making” India.
Shah raked up many issues including that of NRC, Urban Naxals and the ‘Mahagathbandan’ for the 2019 polls.
No Country for Muslim Refugees?
Dealing with the issue of National Register of Citizens (NRC), he said the BJP would move forward with strong determination to implement it.
On the 2019 Strategy to Win More Seats than 2014
Amit Shah said that the talk of ‘Mahagathbandhan’ is based on lies and falsehood.
On Urban Naxals
Shah praised the efforts of Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis for the police action against ‘Urban Naxals’ and said that the Congress was raking up the issue for vote-bank politics.
On Triple Talaq
On the issue of Triple Talaq, Shah said that many Islamic countries have cleared it but it is an issue for Congress.
On the Mahagatbandhan
The Economic Narrative
The BJP President also hit out at former Finance Minister P Chidambaram for being critical of the economic achievements of the government. He asked the party cadres to apprise themselves of the facts on economy and challenge "PC and his company" on the issue.
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