Amit Shah attacks Congress, BJD for neglecting Odisha
The second day of BJP president Amit Shah's party vistar campaign Mo Booth Sabuthu Majboot ended with a massive public rally in the coastal district of Odisha's Jajpur with 40,000 to 50,000 people turning up at the rally.
While addressing the rally, ushering Parivartan, Shah said "I am pleased to see the trust of people of Odisha towards the party (BJP) and towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi's governance." "Now I can assure that Aab Ki Baar BJP Sarkaar in Odisha in 2019," he added.
During his 120-km road travel from Bhubaneswar ro Jajpur, the BJP chief visited Biraja Shakti Peeth and offered Puja. Shah stated, "With the blessings of Maa Biraja, we will fight the 2019 elections and after the win with 2/3 majority, I am promising the people that I will sure visit the temple once again."
Apart from offering puja and visiting Biraja temple, Shah also visited Rupali Square, Hanspal Chhak, Phulnakhara Chhak, Gopalpur Chhak, Khapuria Chhak, OMP Chhak, Shikharpur Chhak, Tangi Bazaar, Chhatia Bypass, Chandikhol Chhak, Neulapur, Jarka, Kaukhia, Haripur, Baruhan Manshapol, Red Cross Chhak, Kianali Chhak, Gandhi Chhak, Bada Bazaar, Gariapur Chhak and Rakshyakali Chhak.
While holding door-to-door campaign in Areigaon village, he also had lunch with local OBC Sarpach Ashok Malik's family and also met members of five local families.
The senior BJP leader also thanked the people of Odisha for supporting BJP in 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
While addressing the public rally in Jajpur, Shah also launched scathing attacks on both incumbent BJD and opposition Congress for "neglecting" Odisha.
"Rahulbaba always ask that what the Modi government has done in three years, but he has forgotten that Congress has records of corruption of over Rs 12 lakh crore," he said. "We have provided the country a transparent government," Shah claimed.
He also condemned Congress vice-president for choosing a Prime Minister, whose voice was hardly heard.
Apart from Congress regime at the Centre, the saffron party chief also asked the people of Odisha, that whether they want to vote for a progressive and transparent BJP government in the state, as Shah alleged the incumbent Naveen Patnaik-led BJD government was failing to provide the people the basic amenities, 24X7 powers and clean water.
The BJP president also claimed that, in last 17 years BJD has failed to generate job also, and the youths have to go out of their homeland in search of jobs.
"If you vote for BJP, the youths won't go out of the state, leaving their parents and wives," Shah mentioned.
Mentioning all 106 welfare schemes of Modi-led NDA government at the Centre, Shah said, "Since 2014, total Rs 3,93,120 crore has been disbursed to the state's account. But nothing has been utilized."
Thus, he has asked all booth level and district level party workers to set "Mission 120" ahead of the 2019 Assembly elections.