Ahead of the state polls in Madhya Pradesh, BJP President Amit Shah addressed the party workers on Sunday in Hoshangabad district on his two-day visit to the poll-bound state. During his speech at the Workers’ Conference in Madhya Pradesh, Amit Shah spoke about an array of things as a part of his electoral campaign in the state.
“It is possible only in this party that someone born in a poor household, a poor tea-seller's son with no political background becomes the Prime Minister of the largest democracy of the world,” BJP President said as he praised the government under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi.
However later, he launched a verbal attack on Congress President Rahul Gandhi for questioning BJP about their funding and accounts details.
“Rahul ‘baba’ is asking for our accounts. The country's poor are asking for the accounts of the four generations Congress party that has ruled the nation for centuries. He has not presented any of those accounts,” senior BJP leader added.
During his address, NDA Chairperson urged the people in Madhya Pradesh to vote for BJP in order to make it win the upcoming polls after which he pledged to take out all the illegal immigrants from the country by 2019.
“40 Lakh infiltrators were identified and as soon as it happened, right from 'Diggi Raja (Digvijaya Singh)' to 'Rahul Baba(Rahul Gandhi)', all of them started making noises in the Parliament. For Congress, Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party, infiltrators are vote banks but for BJP, they are an issue of national security,” stated Amit Shah during the event.
Amit Shah is in Madhya Pradesh for a two-day visit in which he will address party workers in different districts, ahead of the state polls. Earlier, BJP National President Amit Shah was in Chhattisgarh for his election campaign where in his speech, he claimed that development in the state has increased by five folds under BJP leader and Chief Minister Raman Singh’s rule.
The election in the state of Madhya Pradesh will take place in single phase on the 28th of November.