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“There is a campaign that all Opposition should unite. Whenever there is a massive flood, all snakes, mongooses, cats, dogs and even cheetahs and lions climb up a huge tree as they fear rising water levels,” said Shah on the occasion of the BJP’s 38th Foundation Day rally in Mumbai.
Shah’s jibe was aimed at the anti-BJP front, a political coalition taking shape to counter the Prime Minister Narendra Modi led saffron party in the Lok Sabha polls next year.
He, however, later issued a clarification and said: “Out of fear of the Modi wave, parties with different ideologies are coming together to contest elections.”
Citing electoral gains in the northeast, the BJP supremo asserted that PM Modi’s popularity has not diminished and that people have seen that the NDA government has done a lot for all sections of the society.
He said the BJP will seek to win the 2019 general elections on the basis of work done in the last four years rather than by making “hollow assurances”.
“The people have full confidence in Modi ji’s leadership and we will once again form the government with overwhelming majority in 2019,” Shah declared.
In light of the Supreme Court’s amendment of the SC/ST Act, Shah said the BJP “won’t abolish reservations and won’t allow anyone to do so” either.
“Rahul Gandhi and others are saying that we are demolishing reservation for SCs and STs. We are in no way demolishing the reservation (policy),” he said.
Senior BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad said those who opposed the saffron party’s ideology — mainly the Congress, the Left and “chronic socialists” — have become almost obsolete in the last few years.
Terming BJP a big platform of “national unity”, Prasad praised the role of BJP president Amit Shah in strengthening and expanding the party.
“His (Shah) leadership injected new energy into the party cadre and BJP today with more than 11 crore members is the world’s largest political outfit,” he said, while noting that the new initiatives taken by Shah led to the expansion of the party.
Today, the BJP is a platform for all Indians with one voice, one slogan and one commitment to make India a global power, he said.
(With PTI inputs)