Mission 2019: Congress Injected ‘Casteism, Nepotism, Appeasement' in Indian Politics, Says Amit Shah at BJP National Convention
BJP president Amit Shah addressing party workers at Ramlila ground in New Delhi on Saturday. | Image Courtesy: Twitter

New Delhi, January 12: Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah on Saturday while addressing the party workers at the BJP National Convention  in Ramlila Maidan attacked the Congress party of injecting ‘casteism, nepotism, and appeasement’ in the political arena of the country. In a move to boast the achievements of the party, Shah stated that these three evils are slowly being routed out after BJP came to power in 2014.

Addressing the party leaders, the BJP leader said. “Three evil practices of casteism, nepotism, and appeasement are the contributions of Congress party to the nation. Under the leadership of Modi ji since 2014, we have progressed slowly to rout out the evil from the country.” 10% Upper Caste Quota to Boost Confidence of Financially Weak Citizens: PM Modi at BJP National Convention.

Stressing the need for working together for the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections, Shah appealed to the party workers to engage in systematic communication process for better results. He said, “The election of 2019 is the election for country’s security, country’s development and country’s pride.”

The BJP president also attacked at the opposition parties making an alliance ahead of the polls and stated that even if all the political parties unite, BJP workers are ready to contest in the elections under the leadership of PM  Modi. Setting the tone for the upcoming elections, Shah stated that BJP’s prime aim is to retain the Central government and make Narendra Modi PM again.