Mayawati denounces Amit Shah's remarks against opposition parties

  • Mayawati denounces Amit Shah's remarks against opposition parties

Mayawati denounces Amit Shah's remarks against opposition parties

"BJP workers should spread the word about Modi government's works, and set the stage for 2019 Lok Sabha election".

Amit Shah, President of India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, has sparked a row by likening the attempts of opposition parties to come together to take on his party in next year's parliamentary polls to "snakes", "mongoose", "dogs" and "cats". The session concluded today.

The BSP supremo Mayawati claimed that the remarks made by Shah proved downfall in the standard of the party under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Amit Shah.

"Rahul Gandhi and others are saying that we are demolishing reservation for SCs and STs". Friday's event - planned as a grand show of strength for the party - is being held by the BJP to kickstart its campaign for the 2019 Lok Sabha election.

While Shah slammed Congress president Rahul Gandhi, state leaders took swipes at NCP chief Sharad Pawar. "Not just this, if you try to end (quotas), the BJP will not allow you to", he said, while listing the proposed development of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar's memorial in Indu mills, Mumbai as one of their achievements. The government have been facingd a lot of flak over its handling of the recent SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act case in the Supreme Court.

He told BJP Karyakartas that elections are won or lost at the booth level, which is why it is important to have effective booth management. Brace yourself for traffic jams today It is not going to an ordinary, less traffic Friday for Mumbaikars on April 6 as BJP President Amit Shah will address a rally in the city.

The highlight of the rally was BJP President Amit Shah's speech, in which slew out several jibes against the opposition. Rahul baba you question our intentions.

"In four years of rule, BJP has worked tirelessly for welfare of Dalits, under-privileged, illiterates". "We did what we promised", he said.

"We are in politics for betterment of people. Modi government has planned to compensate farmers with 1.5 times the price of their crop". "Our golden period will come when we win Odisha and West Bengal, and the BJP gets another full majority in 2019".

Not the Opposition, but the BJP would have to answer people for that, she said.

Modi used digital application - NarendraModi App - for the interaction, during which he appealed the party workers to refrain from losing temper and using offensive language. In 10 days, Modi chose to send our jawans into Pakistan for a surgical strike. He said: "Hamari hardik iccha hain ki woh saath mein rahein (It is our heartfelt wish that they stay with us)".