BJP Turned Rajasthan From ‘BIMARU’ State To Developed One: Amit Shah
The BJP has transformed Rajasthan from a ‘BIMARU’ (It is an acronym formed from the first letters of the names of the Indian states of Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh) state to a developed one and will now make it prosperous, party chief Amit Shah said in Jaipur today. While BJP Chief predicting that his party would form a government in Rajasthan with “full majority”.
Taking on the Congress at the press conference, he said that Rahul Gandhi’s party was involved in negative politics, promoting casteism and appeasement.
The BJP, in contrast, focused on development and got a good response, Mr Shah told reporters on the last day of campaigning for the December 7 polls.
The Congress promoted dynastic politics, making members of one family party presidents. Mean while the BJP gives importance to those who perform and work to push the country ahead, Amit Shah said.
Referring to the violence in Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh, earlier this week, Mr Shah said it would be unfair to give it a political colour. The Congress, he added, had made allegations but things would be clear after the Special Investigation Team submits its investigation report.
A police inspector and a young man were killed in mob violence that broke out after cow carcasses were found strewn in a jungle in the Uttar Pradesh district on Monday. Continuing his press conference, the BJP chief said, “The number of those who filed income tax doubled after demonetisation.”
The BJP conducted 15 roadshows and 222 meetings and rallies in Rajasthan during its campaign for another term in office, he said.
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