Published: Sun, September 10, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Modi government has changed scale of thinking: Amit Shah

Modi government has changed scale of thinking: Amit Shah

BJD general secretary and former minister Arun Sahoo also appealed to the youth of Odisha to "steer clear of the line of Amit Shah as he is a political Blue Whale who misleads people".

In a separate case, the Gujarat High Court has again deferred its verdict on Zakia Jafri's challenge to an SIT court granting a clean chit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and others in a criminal conspiracy related to the 2002 riots.

Meghalaya BJP president Shibun Lyngdoh said that since the visit coincided with Durga Puja celebrations, only indoor meetings would be organized.

BJP president Amit Shah on Saturday tried to brush aside criticism about the NDA government's note ban decision, saying the move has brought illicit money within the banking system and it could now be used for country's welfare.

"The BJP could get about 33 per cent of votes in the rural polls".

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Shah expressed confidence that the BJP's 120-plus seat mission in the state would certainly fructify as "the people have made up their mind to throw out the BJD government".

He also stated that thatBJD and the Congress are promoting dynasty politics in the countrySupporters of the BJD, Biju YuvaJanata Dal, Biju Mahila Janata Dal, Biju Chhatra Janata Dal led by Tourism Minister Minister ands several MLAs today came in a procession carrying party flags and condemned the remarks madeby Mr Shah. They ensured that a growth in GDP also included the impact it will have on the lives of 125 crore people.

He said while the Centre allocated additional Rs 1.25 lakh crore to Odisha through the 14th Finance Commission, another Rs 2.60 lakh came to Odisha under different central schemes.

The Narendra Modi government does not believe in taking such decisions which "look good to people", but believes in taking decisions which are "good for people".

Under the UPA, the GDP was 4.7 per cent, the current account deficit rose to 5 per cent and there was double-digit inflation while the government in its 10-year rule was riddled with scams and hit by policy paralysis, Shah added. "This apart, they should also be told that the Centre has been funding most of the welfare schemes being implemented in the state", he added.

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