BJP era will be in next 30-40 years, says Amit Shah at BJP executive meeting in Hyderabad: Key points India News – Times of India

New Delhi: Senior BJP Leader and Union Home Minister Amit Shah Stressing on Sunday that the next 30 to 40 years would be the era of his party and India would become a world leader or “world guru” in the future.
Shah was addressing the party’s national executive meeting being held in Hyderabad.
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma also spoke in this program. He said Shah referred to the BJP’s victory in a series of elections, saying it underlined people’s acceptance of the party’s “politics of development and performance” and called for an end to family rule, casteism and the politics of appeasement. called upon.
Here’s a look at other top developments in the story:
BJP will soon form government in Telangana: Shah
Earlier today, the Home Minister said that the BJP will end family rule in states like Telangana and West Bengal and will also come to power in other states including Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Odisha, which are still out of power from the saffron party’s march to power. . In 2014, the government was formed at the center.
Amit Shah proposed a political resolution at the national meeting, and said that “dynastic politics, casteism and appeasement politics” was the “greatest sin” and the cause of the country’s suffering over the years.
Speaking at the two-day event, Shah said the party would focus on the politics of development and performance to end the primacy of regionalism, politics of family domination and politics of appeasement.
PM Modi praised Murmucandidature of
Prime Minister Narendra Modi Praised NDA’s presidential candidate Draupadi Murmu and said that her candidature is above and above any politics.
Sources said that Prime Minister Modi spoke to the Union Home Minister Amit Shah presented a political proposal. It is learned that Prime Minister Modi in his address had talked about Murmu, the presidential candidate of the ruling coalition.
Sources said Prime Minister Modi also told the BJP’s national executive committee members that if Murmu is elected in the coming days, it is indeed an honor for India to get its first tribal woman president, he said. That his candidacy is above and above any politics.
Sources said, “Prime Minister Modi said that despite his life-long struggle, Murmu did not fail to achieve the status he stood for. He also said that Murmu worked for the upliftment of every section of the society throughout his life. Worked.”
According to TV reports, the party also paid tributes to Kanhaiyalal, the tailor killed in the event and late Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala.
(with inputs from agencies)