While addressing a poll rally regarding the upcoming Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, BJP chief Amit Shah affirmed that he himself with his party will trace and drive out infiltrators from the country after winning the 2019 general elections. He also said that infiltrators from the country can be taken out only under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government and his leadership.
Shah while addressing the rally said that it is since 1971 when infiltrators were coming to India. These infiltrators in our country have provided a huge “vote bank” to opposition parties like the Congress and TMC.
Shah during his speech talked about the 40 lakh people that were left out in the final draft of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam. Talking about these people Shah said that leaders like Congress president Rahul Gandhi, TMC chief Mamata Banerjee, TDP president Chandrababu Naidu and Samajwadi Party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav “whined as if their granny had died”.
“All of them (objected to the NRC). As if their granny died. Why were they all in pain?” asked Shah. Shah targeted Gandhi for not being concerned about the victims of bomb blasts carried out by these intruders rather he was concerned regarding the human rights of infiltrators.
“Let the Congress cry, we are not going to stop. You elect Narendra Modi’s government in 2019. It will trace and drive out infiltrators not only from Assam but from the entire country,” Shah said, adding national security was most important for his party.
In his speech, Shah also praised the NDA government regarding the surgical strike that army made across the border post Uri attack in 2016. Shah asserted that Gandhi did not understand the value of martyrdom of soldiers.
The elections to the 230-seat Madhya Pradesh Assembly will take place on 28th of this month and the results for the same will be out on December 11.