BJP is the best bet for UP, claims Amit Shah
Etah: Exhorting party cadre to launch decisive war against corrupt rule of Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party over the last 15 years, BJP national president Amit Shah on Friday said the time has come to give Uttar Pradesh the BJP government what people of state duly deserved.
''A precious time period of 15 years has been wasted by these parties and now is the time to install Bharatiya Janata Party government in the state to give its residents their due,'' he said while addressing the parivartan rally here. The rampant corruption coupled with politicians-criminal nexus has deteriorated the once most promising state of the country and the next assembly elections should change the order afresh, he said while asserting the state of Uttar Pradesh is desperate to change the guard.
Reminding people of the 'golden period' during the regime of Kalyan Singh, who had represented Etah in the Lok Sabha, Amit Shah said no criminal was seen at that time. Contrary to that, the anti-social elements are ruling the roost in the state under political patronage of SP.
Lanching a frontal attack on Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and his uncle Shivpal Singh Yadav, the senior BJP leader said both the 'Chacha' and 'Bhateeja' have surpassed all limits in securing commission in the name of development of the state. '' BJP promises to give UP a corruption-free government and a rule of law in the state,'' he claimed.
He said the youths have been migrating for want of employment as the corruption in the recruitment has become order of the day . " Why can't UP government do away with interview part in recruitment like the Centre did ,'' he asked thereby suggesting there is always more scope of bungling in the interview.
Shah attacks opposition's misinformation campaign on demonetisation:
- The demonetisation aimed against black money seemed to have upset apple's cart of both Mayawati and TMC leader Mamata Banerjee.
- The reaction of both the leaders over demonetisation is self-explanatory as it has hit them hard.
- Mayawati has nothing to say except against the note-ban.
- The way Congress is behaving post-demonetisation is unbecoming of a party like that.
- The demeanour of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi does not behove of a senior leader like him.
- He is taking out march in order to save his and his party's black money, it seems.