Next 30-40 years will be BJP’s era: Amit Shut in party’s national executive meeting India News – Times of India

Hyderabad: 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 “vishwa guru” (world leader).
Proposing a political resolution at the BJP’s national executive meeting here, Shah said “dynastic politics, casteism and appeasement politics” was the “biggest sin” and was the cause of the country’s suffering over the years.
Briefing reporters on his speech, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma Shah cited 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. Is.
The Home Minister said the BJP would end family rule in states like Telangana and West Bengal and would come to power in Andhra Pradesh as well. Tamil Nadu and other states, including Odisha, which have been out of power since the saffron party’s march to power since forming the government at the Center in 2014.
Sarma said there was a “collective hope and discovery” in the meeting that the next phase of BJP’s growth would come from South India.
In the meeting, Shah termed the recent days as “historic” Supreme court The verdict was delivered while dismissing the petition of late MP Ehsan Jafri’s wife Zakia Jafri, challenging the clean chit of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) to 64 people, including the then Chief Minister. Narendra ModiIn the 2002 Gujarat riots case.
The court had also hit hard on the petitioners.
The BJP leader said Modi kept his silence and kept his faith in the Constitution while facing the SIT probe over his alleged role in the riots.
He took a dig at Congress for allegedly trying to create anarchy after its leader Rahul Gandhi was summoned by the Enforcement Directorate in the National Herald case.
Modi never did this kind of ‘drama’, Sarma said while taking a dig at Gandhi
In his speech, Shah said that Modi digested all the poisons thrown at him like Lord Shiva.
The Home Minister claimed that the Congress has become a family party, with many members fighting for democracy within the party.
He said the Gandhi family was not allowing internal organizational elections to be held as it feared losing its control over the party.
He said the opposition is dissatisfied and has been opposing whatever good the government does.