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BJP will be victorious in 2019 and shall rule for next 50 years: Amit Shah

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BJP will win the 2019 elections on the basis of its performance and after that one can dethrone the BJP for the next 50 years – Amit Shah, BJP President

New Delhi: Ruling Bharatiya Janata Party has passed a political resolution stating that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is committed and leading to develop a New India, which will not have any place for poverty, homelessness, terrorism, corruption, casteism and secterianism.

The National Executive of the Bhartiya Janta Party passed this resolution at its two-day National Exective Committee meeting that concluded on Sunday (9 September 2018).

The BJP has expressed it’s gratitude and complimented Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his vision of building a New India by 2022, when the country celebrates 75 years of its Independence.

This New India will be free from hunger, homelessness and joblessness; this will be an India – united, strong, prosperous and confident, the resolution says.

The government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not allow India to be used as a safe haven for illegal intruders. The government has started the process of identifying Rohingya infiltrators in many cities of the country and appropriate action will also be taken for their deportation – Amit Shah, BJP President

In his speech at the BJP meeting, the Prime Minister used three powerful words to describe Mahagathbandhan; netritva ka pata nahi, neeti aspashth, neeyat brasht (leadeship is missing, policy lacking clarity and corrupt intentions).

Modi paid tribute to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and called a powerful phrase in his honour,’Ajay Bharat, Atal BJP’. An India which is not to be subjugated by anyone & BJP which remains firmly committed to its principles.

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President praises GST, demonetisation; lays emphasis on resolve for a New India

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New Delhi: President of India Ram Nath Kovind today said that India will complete 75 years of Independence in the year 2022 and it is our national resolve to attain certain desired milestones for a New India by then.

The President also reminded the nation about the illustrious leaders and the diverse generation that brought freedom to the country. They were men and women who represented all parts of the country and a variety of political and social thought.

The President was addressing the Nation on the eve of India’s 71st Independence Day. From the earliest days of our freedom struggle, we were blessed with a galaxy of revolutionary leaders who guided our country, he said underscoring Mahatma Gandhi’s emphasis on the moral character of India and of the Indian society. Gandhiji spoke of not just political freedom but also principles that are relevant even today.

They spoke of not just political freedom. Mahatma Gandhi emphasised the moral character of India and of Indian society. The principles that Gandhiji spoke about are relevant even today.

The President said:

“Gandhiji was not alone in this nationwide struggle for freedom and reform. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose exhorted our people, saying: “Give me blood and I will give you freedom”. At his word, millions of Indians joined the freedom movement under his leadership and gave their all.

Nehruji emphasised that India’s age-old heritage and traditions – so dear to us – could co-exist with technology and a quest to modernise our society.

Sardar Patel instilled in us the importance of national unity and integrity. And of a disciplined national character.

Babasaheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar urged upon us the virtues of constitutional governance, of the rule of law – and of the vital need for education.

The government is implementing GST to eliminate multiple taxes and simplify transactions – but it is for each of us to make this an essential part of our everyday transactions and business culture. I am happy that the transition to the GST system has been smooth.

Demonetisation has boosted our efforts to build an honest society. We must sustain this spirit and this momentum.”

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