Elections today are fought on development, not dynastic politics, says Assam CM, says BJP has passed political resolution

During the BJP’s national executive meeting in Hyderabad, Telangana on Sunday, Amit Shah moved a political resolution backed by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, while Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma lauded the prime minister. Narendra Modi For respecting the Constitution and keeping quiet when questioned by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) in the Gujarat riots case.

“Some journalists, NGOs and individuals conspired and targeted them but they did not take the Constitution into their own hands. The PM cooperated with the SIT and made no drama unlike a certain person,” Sarma said while briefing on Shah’s address during the national executive meeting.

Sarma said there is a “collective hope” that the BJP will win more southern states. Shah reportedly said that the BJP would come to power in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Telangana.

“Earlier, elections were fought on the politics of dynasty, regionalism, caste and appeasement. Today elections are fought on development. Shah (in his speech) said that our country suffered for years because of casteism, appeasement and dynasty politics,” Sarma said.

The political resolution passed during the National Executive points to the electoral success of the BJP in the Northeast. Sarma said that Shah has committed to implement the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

“The BJP has established itself in the northeastern region and politics will be free from dynastic politics, including in West Bengal and Telangana,” Sarma said.

Hitting out at the Congress, Sarma said the party was electing the president as internal democracy demanded and he feared that he would be defeated if free and fair elections are held.

Meanwhile, in his speech, Shah described the Supreme Court’s decision in the Gujarat riots case as ‘historic’.

He also said that the allegations against Modi were said to be baseless and the PM fought without saying anything and “drank poison like Lord Shiva”.

Shah made a scathing remark on the opposition, terming it “disappointing” as it criticized the abrogation of Article 370, the nectar festival of freedom, surgical strikes, International Yoga Day, COVID-19 vaccination campaign and any government policy for the welfare of the country. opposed. ,

Shah also praised the PM for nominating a Dalit man and a tribal for the post of President.

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