Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) national president Amit Shah on Thursday urged the party workers to leave no stone unturned at their level for ensuring saffron splash and give all 10 seats to the Party in ensuing parliamentary election in year 2019.
Mr Shah was addressing the ‘Yuva Hunkaar Rally’ organized by the BJP here. He also inaugurated BJP office at Jind and laid foundation stone of 16 others.
Referring to the grimy attempts of opposition parties to oppose his scheduled visit in Jind, the BJP chief said, “we all are dedicated workers of BJP and there was no need to give any account of our works to Congress. I came here to give all account of works done by BJP to the people of the state.”
Daring former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, he said, “I would give account of every single penny to him. Had Mr Hooda courage to listen the same.”
Quoting example of 13th Finance Commission, he said that Haryana has got a grant of Rs 14900 crore under 13th Finance Commission during the Congress regime both at State and Centre. But now in BJP government, the State had received grant of Rs 42000 crore under 14th Finance Commission which is about Rs 27000 crore on higher side. Apart from this, Prime Minister
Narendra Modi’s led BJP government had also provided financial assistance of Rs 19000 crore under different scheme such as MUDRA, Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojna, KMP Expressway.
Continuing his scathing attack on the Congress, Mr Shah said, “their leader used to ask, we could not give so much financial assistance to states, how can you manage?” Congress used to give to their flattered ones while BJP gives to the States for development, he added.
Commending the tenure of Mr Manohar Lal Khattar as Chief Minister, he said that Mr Khattar has ensured corruption free government after a very long period in Haryana. Nobody can make a single allegation of corruption on the Chief Minister; he said adding that Haryana government is working on the mantra of Sabka Sath-Sabka Vikas.
The new initiatives taken by Mr Khattar were being praised everywhere be it online transfer of teachers, transparency in recruitment, e-stamping and successful implementation of Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao programme.
He said that BJP has now the government in 19 states across the country. “Wait for result of recent elections; I am sure this figure will rise to 21”, he added.