Web Desk for India Today Amit Shah, the union home minister, claimed that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is not a serious opponent in the upcoming elections for the Gujarat Assembly; rather, the contest is between the Congress and the BJP.
On Tuesday, Amit Shah was asked if he anticipated a triangular race in the Gujarat elections as he was speaking at Panchayat Aaj Tak. According to Amit Shah, “Since 1990, whether it was a Lok Sabha or Vidhana Sabha election, Gujarat has never lost a single election. Gujarati folks have always been a blessing to us. We won’t know if it was a triangular competition or not until the results day.”
Says Amit Shah “The BJP has not directly attacked anyone. But it is our obligation to reply if accusations are aired in public. It is our duty to make things clear if someone wants to contest the election using fabricated and misleading accusations.”
Amit Shah responded when asked if the BJP was alarmed by the AAP’s demand that Lord Ganesh and Goddess Lakshmi be depicted on banknotes “These problems cannot divert our attention from the development agenda. Political leaders must reflect the maturity of our democracy.”
The BJP has been in power in Gujarat for 27 years, according to Amit Shah, and they have carried out comprehensive development in the state. “We also have a plan for the state’s next ten years. We are not trying to defeat any party by battling the polls. I implore the populace to support the dual-engine administration so that we can make the state the top state in the nation,” said Amit Shah.
“A significant portion of the nation had lost faith in the democratic system by the time Modi was elected Gujarat’s chief minister. Many poor regions still felt unwelcome in the democratic system. The dream of the welfare state that our Constitution’s framers had was fulfilled by Modi “Added Amit Shah. Shah said that Modi understood the importance of the welfare of all people, especially the poorest of the poor, and he worked to achieve that goal. He added that among the PM’s achievements were ensuring universal immunization and giving away free grains to the needy during the COVID-19 pandemic.