BJP’s city unit workers burst crackers as they celebrated the re-election of Amit Shah as national president of the party for a term of three years, on Sunday. State Law and Justice Minister Pradeepsinh Jadeja and city BJP chief Rakesh Shah were also present at Khanpur office of the party.
Jadeja described Shah’s re-election as reflection of the sentiments of millions of party workers. “Shah steered the party to victory in the Assembly elections in Haryana, Maharashtra and Jammu and Kashmir in 2014. He will repeat this performance in elections in UP, Assam, West Bengal,” Jadeja said.
Rakesh Shah said Amit Shah’s re-election was as a matter of ‘pride’ for Ahmedabad and Gujarat.
“Amit Shah is also the architect of many victories of BJP when he was national general secretary in 2014. It was under his leadership that BJP won 73 (including two of ally Apna Dal) of 80 seats in the Lok Sabha elections from Uttar Pradesh,” he said.
Shah and Jadeja also greeted workers on BJP’s victory the Choryasi Assembly bypoll, the result of which was announced on in the afternoon.
They said the win was “the people’s seal of approval” of the good work done by the BJP government in Gujarat.