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Next 40 years to be era of BJP: Amit Shat at party's national executive meet

Shah lambasted the opposition, particularly the Congress

Union Home Minister Amit Shah speaks during a rally in Arunachal Pradesh's Namsai | PTI Union Home Minister Amit Shah speaks during a rally in Arunachal Pradesh's Namsai | PTI

The BJP's panacea for all the political and societal problems in the country comes to ensuring the country's polity is free of casteism, dynastic politics and appeasement. This three-point mantra is geared to attack the Opposition parties as BJP prepares for the 2024 elections and a string of assembly polls in the run upto it.

Home Minister Amit Shah moved the political resolution at the BJP's National Executive meeting affirming that the party will continue to dominate the country for the next 40 years. 

Amit Shah started the discussions on the political resolution referring to the Supreme Court order on the Gujarat riots. "He termed then order as historic. The court rubbished all allegations against PM Narendra Modi. He never spoke a word but partook poison like neelkanth during amrit manthan (Shiva drank poison when Gods and demons fought). He endured humiliation but kept his faith in the constitution. The trio of politicians, NGOs and some media targeted him," said Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma briefing the media on deliberations during the political resolution.

Sarma said Shah lambasted the opposition, particularly the Congress for their continued opposition to key policies and decisions of the Modi government, be it 370, vaccinations, or jobs.

During Modi's tenure, twice the chance came for nominating a leader for the President post. The party picked a Dalit and now a tribal.

Prime Minister Modi also gave suggestions during the discussions. He said Droupadi Murmu's profile and life journey should be highlighted. Modi also suggested that good practices and achievements of party governments in North East should also be highlighted, Sarma said.

The resolution also discussed Agnipath, OROP, CDS and other defence reforms.

The BJP discussed in detail the upcoming elections in the Southern states and affirmed that the party should aggressively go into the campaign.

"Politics of performance and development will preside. The Winning streak of BjP in recent elections was due to the end of parivarwad and corruption. The only issues would be politics of performance and development, Sarma Said quoting Shah.

The message which has emerged from the two-day meeting is that BjP will make ending castism and dynasty and appeasement politics in the country. This was mentioned as the party is taking on Congress and a host of regional parties in different states. 

"This was the mantra and big message emerging from the resolutions and discussions coming out of the BJP NE," Sarma said.

When asked if issues like the Udaipur incident were discussed Sarma said individual incidents were not taken up but those things wouldn't have happened had the country not followed appeasement politics. 

Party president JP Nadda Nadda his speech on the first day of the meeting has also. hit at the opposition parties for being family-oriented and corrupt. 

"BJP will win in Bengal, Telengana, Andhra Odisha, and Tamil Nadu by defeating the family-run parties. The next 30-40 years are important as it will be BJP rule," Sarma said.


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