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Next 30-40 years will be era of BJP, says Amit Shah in Telangana


Amit Shah at BJP National Executive meeting in Telangana

Hyderabad:

The next 30 to 40 years will be the era of the BJP which will make India a “Vishwa Guru” (world leader), Home Minister Amit Shah said on Sunday. The BJP will end “family rule” in Telangana and West Bengal and will also form governments in states where power has so far remained beyond the reach of the party, Shah said at the BJP meeting. National Executive of the BJP.

He called for an end to the politics of dynasty, casteism and appeasement and cited the party’s victory in recent elections as an endorsement of its “development and performance policy”.

Mr. Shah identified South India as the region of the next BJP growth cycle. He said the opposition had become disjointed and discouraged by members of Congress fighting for democracy within their organization.

Mr Shah also called “historic” the recent Supreme Court verdict rejecting a plea challenging the authorization of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) to 64 people, including then-Chief Minister Narendra Modi, in the case of the Gujarat riots in 2002. The court had also taken action against the applicants.

The verdict exposed opposition parties, part of the media and some NGOs for their plot to defame Prime Minister Modi, Shah said.

Mr Shah said Prime Minister Modi had received insults, remained silent in the face of the SIT and kept his faith in the Constitution and compared it to Congress’ attempt to spread “anarchy” after its leader Rahul Gandhi was summoned by the Law Enforcement Branch in the National Herald case.

Briefing reporters on Mr Shah’s speech, Assam’s Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said Prime Minister Modi had never done the kind of “drama” that Mr Gandhi had faced a legal investigation.

The BJP political resolution praised the Agnipath program for short-term recruitment into the armed forces.

Claiming that the BJP will end family rule in states like Telangana and West Bengal, Shah said he would come to power in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Odisha, states that have so far remained outside the party’s march of power since its formation. government at the center in 2014.

Criticizing Mr Shah for his remarks, the Trinamool Congress said the people of West Bengal rejected the BJP’s “divisive politics” in Assembly elections last year.

Trinamool State Secretary General Kunal Ghosh said that “Amit Shah, whose dream of occupying power in West Bengal has not come true in 2021”, has not yet “digested the humiliating defeat”.

“If the BJP holds a mirror, the party will see how it has encouraged dynasty politics. invited Suven’s father Sisir Adhikari at his public meeting. And what about the Scindia family and the son of Kailash Vijayvargiya? At the Trinamool Congress, nothing like this happens,” Mr Ghosh said.

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