Amit Shah says no question of changing BJP leadership in Haryana; read the glimpses of his Haryana visit
 Source : NewsBharati  Date : 05-Aug-2017

Rohtak, August 5: National president of BJP, the veteran leader Amit Shah concluded his three day visit to Haryana on Friday. He assessed the performance of government under Manohar Lal Khattar. Along with that, he also assessed the current political situation of the state. He held a meeting in Rohtak for the performance review of Ministers. Communicating with party workers, the leader motivated them for 2019 assembly election.

In this three day visit, Amit Shah was engaged in various ranges of activities. The place he chose for his visit was Rohtak. There he inaugurated e-library for increasing the knowledge of party workers. He paid homage to Babasaheb Ambedkar.

Amit Shah motivated party workers to make the party "invincible". He advised party workers to make every booth a strong base. In addition to working for the party, he also advised them for working for common mass. He asked them not to stop till "every person gets food, every child gets education and every field gets water".

To make the connection of grass root workers and high profile leaders better, JP Chief has made it mandatory for the Ministers to remain available to listen to the grievances of party workers twice a week in Chandigarh. The ministers have to be present in their respective offices in Chandigarh from 10 am onwards every Tuesday and Wednesday. They have to carefully listen to grievances of party workers.

It was scheduled that Amit Shah would accept the hospitality of a party worker in Rohtak. He had a lunch at a party worker’s place. Tarawati Chahar and her family were thanked later by him.

There was a question regarding changing in Haryana leadership. Amit shah canceled such assumption and told the party would fight the next elections under Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. “I had said in Chandigarh that there is no question of change in leadership in Haryana and the same has been repeated by State BJP chief Subhash Barala recently,” said Shah to The Hindu.