Chowkidar will not spare any thief, the existing laws we have are effective to catch them, poised Shah cornering Congress..!
Source :NewsBharati Date :11-Jan-2019
New Delhi, January 11: With all the masses hailing ‘Modi.. Modi.. Modi’ around the Ramlila maidan in New Delhi, BJP chief Amit Shah urged everyone to uproar the BJP’s win and adhere to the Modi’s power in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.
On the first day of the convention, Shah addressed the masses in the presence of other BJP ministers saying, “Congress ignored the country for 70 years. BJP will continue to form government under PM Modi's leadership this year. No leader in the world is as popular as PM Modi which is a proud aspect. 2019 election is supremely important not only for the BJP but also for the people at large to continue the developmental projects initiated by PM Modi”
The national executive council meet of BJPat Ramlila Maidan initiated with Shah inaugurating the meeting, the biggest ever for its national council with the party witnessing participation of close to 12,000 members. Further expressing gratitude for former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the BJP chief said, "Atalji and Advaniji are the most instrumental in the BJP's popularity. This is the first council meeting without Atal Bihari Vajpayee."
Referring to the young bill providing 10 per cent reservation to the upper caste poor, Amit Shah claimed that the demand that existed for years was finally met by the BJP government under PM Modi. The BJP Chief went on to pat the Modi government for announcing benefits for the MSME in GST on Thursday and for deciding on two major issues in a week's time. “Traders who accept composition plan with turnover of up to 1.5 crore will have to pay only 1% tax. This is a big decision for millions of small businessmen and small industries”, he said in relation.
Shah kept on attacking the opposition party saying, “Once upon a time, it was the Congress versus all. But, now, it is the BJP versus everybody else, why? It is because they know that removing PM Modi is impossible. This is an acceptance of Modi's might. Those who are roaming around under the umbrella of maha gath bandhan (grand alliance), what did they do for the last 55 years. Till 2014, 60 crore people did not even have bank accounts. PM Modi gave then bank accounts, gas cylinders, toilets, etc. in only four and a half years.”
Focussing over the surgical strike in the Uri district, Shah said that there were only two countries which were expert at surgical strikes- US and Israel. “We have avenged the Uri attacks with surgical strikes. We have countered bullets with bullets and terror attacks have reduced under the reigns of Modi government. Now under PM Modi's leadership, we have joined them,” he claimed.
“Each citizen of India will be provided with a permanent house by 2022. We implemented the OROP to the Defence forces and as many as fifty crore Indians have already been benefited by the Modi government's Ayushman Bharat project.”, he added assuring Modi’s power as prime minister in 2019.
The BJP Chief also accused the Congress of leading the country to corruption and saving the defaulters during their tenure. "Congress gave loans to Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi. All of them felt secured during their regime, which is why, they only left the country after the Modi government came to power," he said.
While referring to money laundering accused Mehul Choksi and Nirav Modi, Amit Shah said that the Congress keeps asking questions that why these people ran away. "I want to assure the people of this country that this Chowkidar will not spare any thief. We have such effective laws that we will catch and bring them back," he said.
The Modi government's social justice plank with its outreach to Dalits, backward classes and general category is the theme adhered at the two day meeting as the party looks to set the tone for its Lok Sabha poll campaign. The ministers on the dias constituted PM Modi, Rajnath Singh, Sushma Swaraj, Yogi Adityanath who applauded Shah’s impactful move to the Lok Sabha Elections 2019.