Should explain injustice to Gujarat during its rule: Shah

Amit Shah and Anandiben Patel

Amit Shah and Anandiben Patel

"Rahul Gandhi comes here and seeks answer from us as to what has the BJP done for the state".

Gandhi was on a three-day visit to Gujarat for his Navsarjan Yatra in the poll bound state also spoke about his dream to see machines in China with "Made in Gujarat" and "Made in India logo".

The BJP has undertaken the Gaurav Yatra to reach out to the voters as the state goes to polls for the Gujarat Assembly in December. Besides, the party's rank and file have to be set to fulfilling the Mission 2019 (parliamentary elections), so that the second BJP-led NDA government under PM Modi is also formed at the Centre.

"Rahul always questions what Prime Minister Narendra Modi did in past three years, but I want to ask what UPA did in 10 years", Shah asked. The BJP finished Ijju Shaikh, Latif, and Mammu Miyan Panju Miyan to give a peaceful Gujarat, " Shah said while referring to gangsters based in Gujarat. But if you are dreaming about winning the polls, you can not go for a vacation to the US.

On his Gujarat visit before the 2019 Assembly Elections in the state, Shah addressing a gathering in Porbandar said, "Rahul should wear Gujarati spectacles and not the ones made in Italy, then he will see the development in Gujarat". To win the polls, you need to do some hard work.

Shah added that the people of Gujarat were smart and would not vote for a party that had inflicted injustice on Gujarat for three generations. Today's yatra will pass through Saurashtra and South Gujarat.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whose home state is Gujarat and who was the state's chief minister for 13 years before he led the BJP to a win in the 2014 national election, will participate in the concluding ceremony of the yatra. To discuss the nitty-gritty of the preparations required to comply with Shah's directive, the party's state brass held their internal meeting on Sunday.

The yatra flagged off yesterday will travel through central and north Gujarat.

State Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel attacked Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, calling him "immature" and "childlike".

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