Amit Shah Campaigns In Madhya Pradesh Ahead Of Polls
Updated: October 10, 2018 00:28 IST
BJP President Amit Shah did a campaign tour of Madhya Pradesh ahead of the upcoming assembly polls
Amit Shah said the elections in the three states can "change the nation"
The BJP President said that the upcoming elections will decide whether people elect parties which are individual-centric or those driven by ideology
Amit Shah said that the parties that lack leadership and policies cannot provide a stable government
Targeting the Congress, Amit Shah said the only agenda of that party is "Modi Hatao" (defeat Prime Minister Narendra Modi) in contrast to the PM's goal of "eradicating poverty and corruption" from the country.
Amit Shah said the BJP is the only party where an ordinary worker can go on to become a prime minister or a chief minister of a state
"A tea-seller has become the prime minister of our country... Is this possible in Congress, BSP or SP? The main aim of the opposition parties is to make their sons and daughters an MLA or an MP and there is no place for an ordinary worker to claim these positions," Amit Shah said
"The Congress has not yet decided on its chief ministerial face while in the BJP, Shivraj Singh Chouhan will become a chief minister again," Amit Shah said
Amit Shah also visited memorials of Rani Lakshmibai and Vijayaraje Scindia, popularly known as 'Rajmata'. The Scindia family had ruled Gwalior state during the pre-independence period.
Amit Shah also paid his respects at a memorial for freedom fighter Tantia Tope