BJP chief Amit Shah’s take on Pulwama attack and Rahul Gandhi in Rajasthan

Ahead of Lok Sabha elections 2019, BJP national chief Amit Shah was in Rajasthan today. He scheduled to address Shakti Kendra Sammelan in Jaipur.

Addressing party workers here after the February 14 terror attack in Pulwama in which 40 CRPF soldiers were killed, he said the Narendra Modi government will not let the sacrifice of jawans go in vain.

‘We have a zero-tolerance policy against terrorism.’ Shah said at the Shakti Kendra Sammelan of BJP workers from Jaipur and Sikar.

‘Forces will hit back at the apt time, zero tolerance has always been our policy’, said BJP national chief Amit Shah on Pulwama attack.

On the occasion, BJP’s national vice president Vasundhara Raje, BJP state president Madanlal Saini, state leader of opposition Rajendra Rathore, and senior leader Prakash Javdekar were also present.

Slammed ‘Mahagadhbandhan’

The BJP, he said, doesn’t get disappointed by defeat or arrogant in victory and is in politics only to serve the people, he added.

Further, asking Congress chief Rahul Gandhi to announce the name of the leader of the opposition alliance, BJP president Amit Shah on Monday said the grand alliance was moving forward only on the slogan of “Modi hataao”.

“Why don’t you declare your PM candidate? Are leaders in the Opposition alliance going to take turns through the week to act as the prime minister each day and the nation will be on a holiday on Sundays?” BJP national chief took a jibe at Opposition alliance

The 2019 general elections are important for the BJP as well as for India, Shah said.



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