Amit Shah in Bengal: Amit Shah in Bengal: BJP jiti to bengal ki mitti se hoga agala mukhyamantri, Amit Shah in BengalOn December 20, 2020 by admin
- Union Home Minister Amit Shah is on a two-day visit to West Bengal
- Amit Shah condemned the attack on the national president’s visit to Bengal
- Amit Shah said- BJP will respond to violence democratically
Union Home Minister Amit Shah is on a two-day visit to West Bengal. On the last evening of the tour, Amit Shah said that BJP condemns the way TMC activists attacked him during our national president’s visit to Bengal a few days ago and I personally condemn it as well. He said that BJP workers have decided that we will respond to the violence in a democratic manner and will show this government by defeating in the coming elections. Amit Shah said that if BJP wins from here, it will be the next Chief Minister from the soil of Bengal.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday held a 1 km mega road show from Hanuman Mandir to Bolpur Circle on Stadium Road in Bolpur. Addressing the journalists after the end of the roadshow, Amit Shah said that TMC people should not be under the misconception that such attacks will stop BJP’s momentum, BJP worker. As much as it will create an atmosphere of such violence, BJP will work to strengthen itself in Bengal with more strength. We will respond to violence in democratic ways and in the coming elections.
‘Political violence at peak in Bengal’
Amit Shah said that political violence in Bengal was at its peak, killing more than 300 BJP workers. His investigation has not progressed at all. Corruption is also at its peak. The money received during the storm caused corruption. All the money that Modi ji sent to the poor to eat disappeared. Why is the Supreme Court running against the CAG audit, therefore it is being run that corruption has taken place. People have done it, so do not dare to catch it.
Welcome to those who make BJP a platform
Amit Shah said that many leaders of TMC and Congress have joined BJP. Suvendu Adhikari also joined. I welcome them. Wherever good workers want to make BJP a platform to raise their voice against injustice, they should come. He said that all our posters were torn down yesterday but the public gathering today is eye-opening. I heartily thank the people here.
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‘Jute industry ruined in Bengal’
Amit Shah said that if the country became independent, Bengal had 30 percent share in the industrial production of the country, today 3 percent. Who is responsible for it. The per capita income was almost double that of Maharashtra in 1960, not even half today. After all, who is responsible Bengal was one of the richest states of India in 1960, today very low. who is responsible? Amit Shah said that in the 1950s, about 70 percent of the country’s pharma industry was in Bengal, 7 percent today. who is responsible. The jute industry was ruined.
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