Amit Shah Asserts BJP is Preferable to Congress in Pursuit of Dynasty Politics

Amit Shah Asserts BJP is Preferable to Congress in Pursuit of Dynasty Politics

Union Home Minister Amit Shah declared on Thursday in Bengaluru that the BJP has an inflexible stance against corruption and urged people not to vote for unscrupulous candidates. He also proclaimed that India had made a revolutionary alteration from “privilege to potential” under nine years of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership.

He criticized Congress for its policy of dynasty and appeasement politics, characterizing BJP’s ideology as cultural nationalism. Declaring that BJP’s motto is “Sab Ka Saath, Sab Ka Vikas,” he asserted that his party would never resort to appeasing a particular vote bank.

“Before PM Modi, opportunities were given based on family fealty, and budget allocations were made to appease a particular community. But PM Modi’s style of governance adopted the bottom to top approach while formulating policies. As a result, modi-ji liberated the country from casteism, dynastic rule and appeasement,” he said.

He asserted that the ideology of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is best suited for India and stated that India’s varied cultures had been brought together through the shared emotion of nationalism.

The Prime Minister, leading his party, has implemented strict laws with the effect of allowing authorities to confiscate the assets of corrupt individuals and send them to prison. Additionally, the Centre has reduced corruption by promoting digital transactions and direct benefit transfer in welfare plans.

“BJP is very sensitive to corruption, and we have zero tolerance to it. Corruption has come down. However, a political party alone cannot eradicate corruption. People should be determined not to vote for corrupt candidates,” Shah said.

In response to a query regarding the wearing of hijab in educational institutions, he asserted that a dress code is essential for guaranteeing equity among learners.


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