BJP on growth graph across India: Amit Shah
Allahabad, June 12: Fresh from its electoral victory in Assam and Prime Minister rendra Modi’s successful overseas trip, including the US, the Bharatiya Jata Party (BJP) on Sunday asserted that the two years of NDA government have been exceptiolly good and a lot has been achieved.
“This year, two important things have happened. Firstly, our government, led by rendra Modi, at the Centre has completed two years. And secondly, the performance of the Bharatiya Jata Party has been very good in the state assembly elections,” party chief Amit Shah said in his presidential address at the party’s tiol Executive meet here.
Referring to the recent polls, Shah said: “The victory in Assam has opened the gates to north-east India for the BJP.” “From Kashmir to Kanyakumari and from Kutch to Guwahati, the BJP is expanding,” he said.
Giving highlights of the party president’s address to the media, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad later told reporters that Shah also compared the performance of the previous United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government with that of the BJP-led tiol Democratic Alliance.
“While there was policy paralysis in the Congress-led government, our government has made progress with clear policy decisions — where policy decisions are taken by the political leadership and the executive implements them,” Prasad said quoting Amit Shah. “The previous government was marred by policy paralysis. Our government has been a decisive government that has ended a lot of dilemmas of the previous regime,” he said.
Prasad said the BJP president pointed out that the two years of the Modi government have been corruption-free. (IANS)