Amit Shah accuses Congress of prioritising ashrams-temples and property, refers to Manmohan Singh’s statement on Minority rights

Union Home Minister Amit Shah accused the Congress party of focusing on ashrams, temples, and property matters across the country. He highlighted the issue of resource allocation, referring to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s statement that minorities have the first right on resources and revenue. Shah countered, emphasizing that the first right belongs to the poor, Dalits, and tribals.
Shah, who was addressing an election rally in Kanker on Monday seeking vote for the party candidate, further stated that the Congress party is feeling pressured, particularly after Prime Minister Modi’s directive to conduct property surveys as outlined in their manifesto. He urged Rahul Gandhi to clarify the purpose behind this survey. These remarks were made during the campaign for BJP candidate Bhojraj Nag from the Kanker Lok Sabha seat.
Additionally, Shah asserted that the Congress is solely concerned with securing votes, failing to address significant issues. He highlighted the transformative decisions taken during BJP’s tenure, including the eradication of terrorism and Naxalism nationwide, with plans to eliminate Naxalism from Chhattisgarh within two to three years.
The meeting in Kanker was attended by a large number of people, including villagers. Shah appealed for votes while raising the hand of BJP candidate Bhojraj Nag, questioning the Congress’s track record in Chhattisgarh over the past five years. He criticized Congress leaders for their lack of action and concern for the welfare of the state.

Shah’s address also focused on development initiatives, such as the establishment of museums for freedom fighters, contrasting Congress’s budget allocations with those of the Modi government. He concluded by accusing the Congress of stalling the construction of the Ram Mandir and failing to address the needs of the poor in Chhattisgarh over several decades.

Manish Tiwari

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