Social justice minister Arun Chaturvedi said the party selected the house of its booth level worker, Pacharia, based on his active work for the party and not due to his caste or class. He said that it is the media, not the party, which sees the Dalit factor.
Amit Shah will also meet BJP core committee members and vistaraks (full-time workers) later in the day to discuss ways to strengthen the organisation, the spokesperson said. Shah will return to New Delhi this evening, he added.
“The party’s stand is clear and mentioned in the last four Lok Sabha election manifestos. The temple should be constructed in a legal manner and there should be mutual dialogue,” Amit Shah said at a press conference.
BJP national president Amit Shah will be meeting seers on Saturday to take their feedback and seek their “blessings” for the assembly elections in Rajasthan, the party said today. Shah arrived in Jaipur on Friday for a three-day visit.
“Amit Shah will hold discussions with prominent individuals. All the preparations for the visit have been completed,” Ashok Parnami said. Shah’s visit is a part of his nationwide tour to strengthen the party at the grassroots level, with an eye to win the 2019 Lok Sabha election.
As part of preparations for the 2019 elections, assembly constituency-wise conventions of booth level workers would be held in the 119 assembly segments during October-November,” state BJP president K Laxman said.
“I feel like I am leaving my mother. BJP has always been a mother to me,” Naidu is learnt to have said at the meeting. Naidu lost his mother when he was 18 months old — she was killed by a bull
Amit Shah was speaking at the release of a book, Syama Prasad Mookerjee: His Vision of Education.
“Back in the 1990s, you would have never found a single BJP worker in our neighbourhood,” said Haji Kallu, now the minority morcha president for the BJP’s New Delhi zilla.
On the first day of his visit, he would hold a review meeting with the Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and cabinet ministers to take stock of implementation of the schemes related to poor.
Amit Shah was received at the Goa airport by CM Manohar Parrikar and Union minister Sripad Naik. On arrival, he made a 15 minute speech on GST on a makeshift podium. Activist Aires Rodrigues alleged the “unlawful assembly” was a blatant misuse of power.
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The petitioner had earlier filed a complaint alleging that the “unlawful assembly” at the airport was a blatant misuse of power. However, no FIR was registered.
On July 1, Shah, who was on a two-day visit to Goa, allegedly held a meeting at the airport complex in presence of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar and Union minister Sripad Naik. Aires Rodrigues had then filed a complaint, terming the meeting as illegal.
“I can clearly see love and affection among the people for (Prime Minister) Narendra Modi and the BJP. While the people of Odisha are now with the BJP, our party is also eager to serve them and pull the state out of poverty and backwardness,” Amit Shah said.