Rivals' opposition to me turning violent: PM Modi

Rivals' opposition to me turning violent: PM Modi

He said that it was utterly shameful that BJP president was using abusive language against the Opposition parties to hide their failures in many promises unfulfilled by the BJP government.

Taking a dig at PM Modi's 2014 poll campaign around "Chai pe charcha" and his monthly radio broadcast "Mann ki Baat, ' the Congress spokesperson asked the Prime Minister to engage in a "charcha" (discussion) with his own party's Dalit MPs to listen to their "Mann ki Baat". He added: "They can not imagine that when we got the opportunity to elect a President on our own strength, we elected a person belonging to the Dalit community". The Opposition has been left with no issues and that is why it was resorting to disrupting Parliament, he said, asking BJP MPs to expose such parties.

The BJP had been treated as an "untouchable" party by others when it was founded in 1980 but it has become strong due to people's faith in it. "People have taken us to this level and now we have to live for them", he said. "They can not imagine that when we got the opportunity to elect a Deputy Speaker, we selected Shri Suraj Bhan, who belonged to the Dalit community and later Shri Karia Munda, who is a tribal leader".

Prime Minister Modi further appealed to the BJP Karyakartas to get acquainted with the extensive work done by the NDA Government, particularly those schemes that positively impact the poor.

Striking a stinging blow at the Congress, Amit Shah noticed that while Congress is rejoicing at BJP's drubbing in 2 seats, BJP on the other hand has seized 11 states from Congress under Prime Minister Modi's leadership. He said attempts were being made to induct the BSP rival into the BJP.

The BJP has been at the receiving end of Dalit ire for its alleged failure to file a review petition against a Supreme Court order, which hardened the rule leading to the immediate arrest of people accused of committing an atrocity against a Dalit.

"In the era of social media and communication, if we remain inactive, those anti-national, anti-social, selfish, wrong-doers will occupy that space".

There is a sense of stimulation among the party workers in regard to the direct interaction with the Prime Minister.

On the topic of 'reservation in promotions, ' Singh said, "When I was elected, I had personally requested you to pass the bill for reservation in the promotions".

The world's largest political party, Bharatiya Janata Party is celebrating its Foundation Day on Friday.

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