BJP under PM Modi will return to power with two-third majority in 2024: Shah

BJP under PM Modi will return to power with two-third majority in 2024: Shah

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Bhubaneswar,
Aug
08:

Union
Home
Minister
Amit
Shah
on
Monday
claimed
that
the
BJP
under
the
leadership
of
Prime
Minister
Narendra
Modi
will
come
back
to
power
at
the
Centre
with
a
two-third
majority
in
the
2024
Lok
Sabha
elections.

Shah,
who
is
considered
the
party’s
chief
strategist,
also
expressed
confidence
that
the
party
will
form
the
government
in
Odisha
in
the
Assembly
polls
scheduled
to
be
held
in
the
same
year.

BJP under Modi will return to power with two-third majority in 2024: Shah
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photo
of
Union
Home
Minister
Amit
Shah

The
BJP
stalwart
was
attending
a
function
where
the
Odia
translation
of
‘Modi@20:
Dreams
Meet
Delivery’
which
chronicles
Modi’s
journey
from
a
Gujarat
chief
minister
to
the
country’s
Prime
Minister,
though
the
BJP
is
often
described
as
a
political
party
of
the
country’s
Hindi-speaking
region,
it
has
formed
governments
in
the
North-eastern
states,
Gujarat,
Karnataka
and
Maharashtra,
he
said.

“We
will
also
form
the
government
in
Odisha
next
time,”
Shah
said.
After
a
gap
of
30
years,
a
party
came
to
power
with
a
two-third
majority
as
the
people
of
India
in
2014
installed
a
government
at
the
Centre
headed
by
Narendra
Modi,
he
said.

The
BJP’s
victory
journey
is
continuing
and
due
to
its
leader’s
“hard
work,
dedication
and
selfless
service
to
the
people
of
India”,
the
party
will
come
to
power
again
with
a
two-third
majority,
he
said.
“Modi
ji
targeted
three
aspects
that
had
destroyed
Indian
politics.
They
were:
politics
of
dynasties,
appeasement
and
above
all
corruption,”
Shah
said
without
naming
any
political
party.

Dynastic
politics
were
thwarting
the
performance
of
able
leaders,
appeasement
policy
ensured
that
benefits
go
to
some
specific
categories
and
not
to
the
people
as
a
whole,
while
corruption
damaged
the
economic
fabrics
of
the
country,
he
said.
Claiming
that
the
country
was
stung
by
corruption
to
the
tune
of
Rs
12
lakh
crore
before
the
BJP-led
NDA
came
to
power
in
2014,
Shah
asserted
that
bold
steps
taken
by
Modi
have
dealt
a
death
blow
to
corruption
and
paved
the
way
for
transparency
and
honesty.

“Modi
ji
ensured
the
end
of
all
bad
elements
of
politics
and
therefore
accepted
by
the
130
crore
people
of
India,”
he
said.
After
that,
the
PM
established
politics
of
performance
with
a
focus
on
good
governance,
he
said.
Shah
said
Modi
gave
an
opportunity
to
the
people
who
have
been
neglected
for
decades.

“In
his
first
term,
he
made
Dalit
leader
Ram
Nath
Kovid
the
President
of
India
and
now,
a
tribal
woman
from
a
remote
Odisha
village,
Droupadi
Murmu
is
the
“Mahamahim
(honourable
President).”
Shah
said
dynastic
parties
should
realise
that
they
need
to
change
or
they
will
perish.
He
claimed
that
prior
to
the
NDA
government,
the
country
witnessed
policy
paralysis
and
internal
security
was
often
in
danger.

“Terrorists
used
to
unleash
terror
at
will
killing
innocent
people
while
none
dared
to
challenge
them.
However,
the
confidence
of
the
countrymen
was
restored
after
Modi
became
the
prime
minister.
The
enemies
of
the
nation
were
targeted
and
eliminated
in
their
land
also,”
he
said.
He
said
Modi
has
not
celebrated
Diwali
with
his
family,
but
with
the
jawans
providing
security
to
the
nation
round
the
clock.

Describing
Modi
as
a
statesman,
a
team
leader,
a
reformer,
a
thinker
and
a
“Upabhog
sunya
swami”
(master
without
luxury),
Shah
said
his
call
for
the
‘Janata
Curfew’
during
the
pandemic
was
observed
by
people
in
letter
and
spirit
without
any
government
notification.
“Prime
Minister
Modi
has
elevated
the
status
of
India
in
the
international
sphere,”
he
said.

In
another
programme,
the
BJP
leader
distributed
national
flags
and
photos
featuring
President
Droupadi
Murmu
and
Prime
Minister
Narendra
Modi
to
some
tribal
and
Dalit
people
as
part
of
the
party’s
“Har
Ghar
Triranga”
Abhijan.
Members
of
the
particularly
vulnerable
tribal
group
(PVTG)
community
were
invited
to
the
BJP
state
headquarters
where
Shah
interacted
with
them
and
informed
them
about
the
election
of
Droupadi
Murmu
as
the
President
of
India.
Later,
Shah
called
upon
party
workers
to
ensure
that
the
national
Tricolour
and
the
photo
of
the
President
and
the
PM
reach
one
crore
households
in
the
state.

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