Modi govt has rid electoral politics of dynasticism, racism, appeasement: Shah

Modi govt has rid electoral politics of dynasticism, racism, appeasement: Shah

By: || Updated: 19 May 2017 11:21 PM
NEW DELHI: Giving an account of major achievements of the Centre, BJP President Amit Shah on Friday in ABP News' Shikhar Sammelan said in three years Narendra Modi government has rid electoral politics of dynasticism, racism and appeasement.

He also informed that over 100 programmes of BJP government are being directly monitored by the PMO

Important points: 

  • There exists no problem in the country that the Modi government has not tried to solve

  • Political funding used to be only a part of discussion but Modi government has taken the initiative to eliminate black money from politics

  • The way Congress has ruled country for 10 years, it has lost the right to question Modi government

  • The BJP is working in the politics of the country with its ideas and principles

  • Modi government has worked for pushing the country's economy at a faster pace

  • The opposition too has not been able to bring even a single charge of corruption against our government, the BJP has given the country such a transparent government

  • Our government is the government dedicated to the poor

  • Modi Government has taken a decisive decisions against black money and the fight is still on.

  • If Mamata expects there won't be action against corruption, she expects too much from us: Shah

  • Security forces are battling Maoists. As in any battle bullets are being fired by both aides: Amit Shah on fatalities

  • Modi's popularity, Centre's initiatives and dedicated party workers gave BJP a sweeping win in UP

  • 107 programmes of Modi Sarkar are being directly monitored by PMO: Amit Shah

  • We have implemented OROP in a short span of time, says Amit Shah

  • Narendra Modi government worked to eliminate dynasticism, racism and appeasement from Indian politics, says Amit Shah

  • No talks with Rajnikanth in Tamil Nadu yet, says Amit Shah on rumors of Tamil superstar joining BJP



What other leaders said in ABP News' Shikhar Sammelan:



  •  We are not looking for a crisis-free economy but a rapidly growing economy and it's not happening: Former finance minister P. Chidambaram


 







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  • 'Netaji said Beware! He is my son’: Akhilesh Yadav on what Mulayam whispered into PM's ear during UP CM Yogi Adityanath's swearing in

  • I never knew officers wield broom so well, question is how much filth have they cleared so far: Akhilesh on UP CM Yogi

  • "So how many lakh doctors and nurses has BJP produced in 3 years" - Akhilesh Yadav


 







  • Those who take law into their hands in the name of cow protection should be punished: Sharma

  • Huge opportunities exist in medical tourism sector, we are working on it, says Tourism Minister Mahesh Sharma

  • Before landing in Patna you're told in certain circumstances you will go to jail. This is state of Bihar: Rudy

  • If there is cheap labour there will be no automation... so we are not worried about Artificial Intelligence: Rajiv Pratap Rudy







  • What's the problem in our faces? We don't come to news channels with 'dented & painted' faces. We take such decisions in 5 minutes: Lalu on face of grand alliance in 2019 polls

  • Nitish Kumar will continue to remain the chief minister of Bihar: Lalu Prasad Yadav

  • Under BJP rule, India has become the largest exporter of meat. Our soldiers are beheaded. Shame on such a government: Lalu









  • "We will forge ahead with Sonia Gandhi (not Rahul) as our leader and emerge winner against Modi" - Lalu Yadav


















  • "We are very clear, gau rakshaks taking law in their hands are criminals" Kiren Rijiju
















  • "Biggest success of Modi Sarkar in 3 years is restoration of credibility to political leadership" - Jitendra Singh

  • "We are trying to address the aspirations of minorities which are same as aspirations of masses" - Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi












  • We stand by women in the country, we want them to get justice: Scindia on #tripletalaq








  • "Congress is a democratic organisation. Sonia and Rahul are democratically elected to lead Congress" - Scindia

  • "Rahul is confident and able... Congress will be back on top under his leadership" - Scindia





















  • We did not ask Laluji's children to buy farmhouses and huge residences in Delhi: RS Prasad

  • Maximum opposition to triple talaq is from the Muslim community itself: RS Prasad

  • Nitish Kumar quit NDA, we didn't ask him to leave: Union Minister RS Prasad

  • Sonia, Priyanka Gandhi, Mamata Banerjee and Mayawati are silent on Triple Talaq. This depicts vote bank politics: Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad


 



























Earlier this year, with the polling in five states, the 2014 verdict was further strengthened as BJP came into power in four states – Uttar Pradesh, Manipur, Goa and Uttarakhand. Three years and ruling more than 50% of the Indian states – it’s time again to look back and evaluate the progress and the achievements that the country has made over this period of time. Over the years, this event has succeeded in getting some of the biggest political heavy weights from cabinet ministry as well as the opposition to debate on the government performance on a yearly basis.

As in the previous years, this year too, the show will witness a LIVE telecast of the day-long conclave and is expected to have some of the most influential people from the field of policy and politics such as Amit Shah, Prakash Javadekar, Yogi Adityanath,P Chidambaram, Akhilesh Yadav, Smriti Irani, Asaduddin Owaisi, Jyotiraditya Scindia, and Ravi Shankar Prasad to name a few.

The third edition of ‘Shikhar Sammelan’ is sponsored by BSNL. The associate partner for the show is Gopal Group whereas Dhanuka is the Agriculture Partner.

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