Amit Shah to end Mamata’s “misrule” soon : BJP

Indicating that Home Minister Amit Shah, who is also president of the BJP, he mainly focus on West Bengal to bring the state into BJP’s fold, party general secretary and incharge of the state  Kailash Vijayvargiya declared that Amit Shah would end the “misrule” by Mamata Banerjee’s government in West Bengal “soon”.

He underlined that Shah’s leadership had put the BJP on the path of victory in the state in just four years, which he once thought would take a decade. He also said BJP workers would soon add the slogans of “Jai Mahakali”, “Jai Hind” and “Jai Bangla” along with “Jai Shri Ram” to rub more salt into the Trinamul chief’s wounds in wake of the TMC drubbing.

Addressing a party meeting at Maharastra Niwas, Vijayvargiya said, in remarks directed at the Trinamul chief: “You have faith neither in India’s Constitution nor the Central government. You are not even ready to accept the country’s Prime Minister. You do not accept the federal structure. If there is any rule, that is Mamata rule. Whatever Mamata will say is correct. Nothing else is trustworthy. That is why I think she has a little mental disorder because she cannot digest this massive victory of the BJP.”

He added: “Our PM assured the people of this state that the BJP would come to power here and it would end the violence. West Bengal will become peaceful. His resolve will be fulfilled when the BJP forms the government here. We are fortunate Narendra Modi is our PM and a person like Amit Shah is the Union home minister, apart from being party chief, who will work to end the anarchy here.”

“Mission Bengal is yet to be over. We should not raise our collars. We have to be humble to the people who are watching us. We must not be arrogant. When people have given us votes, it means they have given us responsibilities. We have to live up to their expectations and work harder for them,” he added.

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