Upcoming 2017 will be proved to be a major year in state of Uttar Pardesh as the assembly election is due next year. However, Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah has shown positivity and claimed that his party is soon going to form their government in the state of Uttar Pardesh. Keeping in mind the huge turmoil through which the nation as well the state is going through over JNU issue, Mr Shah today stated that they are pretty much sure that BJP will form their government in the state.
In the inauguration ceremony of renovated party office of BJP at Vidhan Sabha marg, Amit Shah quoted that their party is sure going to take over the responsibility of the state in coming year to take care of the people in much better way. The people of the state are fed up with the politics done on caste discrimination by the parties like Samajwadi Party (SP) and Bahujan Samamj Party (BSP) who were sworn to treat people with equality.
When asked about his party’s intentions, he emphasize that he would not talk about the politics rather he would want to refer nationalism. Pointing his finger towards Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, Mr. Shah wants to know whether the young leader of Congress is in the favour of Nation or he is with the anti-national elements who are raising pro terrorist slogan at Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi.
Amit Shah further stated that there is hardly any challenge for them in the state, Congress being least of them. As since Rahul Gandhi had went to JNU to support the students at the university protesting against the arrest of the students, Mr. Shah wants to know about the ideology of the Congress party. He strongly believes that there is no party strong enough to raise their voice against BJP government in 2017 assembly election in the state.
He strictly instructed his party workers to enlighten each and every people of the state about the motives of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi as well his government agendas about developing the nation’s integrity and supporting democracy.