Rahul Baba likes Thailand so much that the Congress party put its picture in manifesto: Amit Shah

Rahul Baba likes Thailand so much that the Congress party put its picture in manifesto: Amit Shah

Kolkata: Union Home and Cooperation Minister and star campaigner of the Bharatiya Janata Party Amit Shah, while addressing massive public meetings in Balurghat, West Bengal, and Aurangabad, Bihar, sarcastically commented on the Congress party’s manifesto and stated, ‘Since Rahul Baba keeps going to Thailand repeatedly to celebrate holidays, the Congress party has put a picture of Thailand in its manifesto.’

The ‘Thailand picture in Congress Manifesto’ fiasco is enough to show how alert the Congress party is regarding the country. Today, Rahul Gandhi, Mamata Banerjee, and Lalu Prasad Yadav have no concern for the people of Bengal and Bihar, the poor and the marginalized. Bengal Chief Minister Mamata misguides the people of Bengal regarding the Citizenship Amendment Act, the Congress party, which ruled the Centre for 10 years or the Rashtriya Janata Dal included in the coalition, never wished well for Bihar. The question arises, ‘What good will they do for the people of the country who aspire to make only their family members chief ministers and prime ministers?’

In a time when there used to be no gatherings in Aurangabad in the evening due to the fear of Naxalites, today there are discussions held about roads, health, and education, all because Bihar and Jharkhand have been completely freed from Naxalism under the leadership of Narendra Modi and the skilled guidance of Amit Shah in the past five years. Today, instead of Naxalism and extremism, the current of development flows.

The people of the country have realized that the Congress, the RJD, and the Trinamool play the politics of vote banks. The Congress party, for four generations – Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, and now Rahul Gandhi – has been practicing appeasement politics. The Congress party advocates for Muslim personal law, and Congress leaders themselves talk about dividing North and South India. This is the same Congress party that divided the country into two parts in 1947.

Today, no one can think of dividing India into pieces, because under the Modi government, there is nodivisive politics instead there is vigorous work being done towards building a developed, empowered, and prosperous India. Home Minister Amit Shah, who is providing a new direction and perspective to Indian politics, has urged the people of Bengal and Bihar to fulfill the goal of crossing 400 under Prime Minister Modi’s leadership. When the Chanakya of Indian politics himself steps into the electoral arena, then achieving the goal of crossing 400 and Narendra Modi becoming Prime Minister for the third time is certain.

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