Congress used to instigate Gujarat strife, BJP taught rioters a lesson in 2002: Shah | Gujarat Election News

VADODARA/AHMEDABAD: Amit . Union Interior Minister king on friday said while Conference agitation riot To strengthen its vote bank, the Gujarat government led by Narendra Modi “taught a lesson” to those perpetrators in 2002 to bring lasting peace in Gujarat. The state has not witnessed a Curfew since then, he said while addressing a public rally in Mahudha in Kheda district.
At another rally in Naroda in Ahmedabad, which saw one of the worst riots in 2002, Shah said, “Parliament talks about peace, but it doesn’t work for them. Congress is responsible for the community riots in Gujarat In 2002, a mischief happened was played but BJP government was in place. All the vandals were taught a lesson and sent to prison. Gujarat has been peaceful since then.”
At the Mahudha rally, Shah said that community riots were rampant during the Parliamentary rule in Gujarat (before 1995). “The National Assembly used to incite people of different communities and castes against each other. Through rioting, the National Assembly consolidated its vote bank and did injustice to a large section of society. ”
He added that Gujarat saw riots in 2002 because offenders had a habit of plunging into violence when they had the backing of Parliament.
“In 2002 in the days of Narendrabhai, they (Parliament) once again tried to make mischief. They were taught a lesson that from 2002 to 2022, no one raised their head. instigating riots has left the state,” he said.
Speaking at a public meeting in Jhalod, Shah said that despite the provisions of the Constitution, the allocation of budgets to the tribes according to their population proportions was done when Modi became the CM of Gujarat. . He says Congress hasn’t bothered to do this when it’s been in power since 1960.
Shah said the state’s last congressional administration budgeted Rs 900 crore and this has now increased to Rs 10,000.
Union Home Minister criticized Parliament for creating barriers in the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. “Parliament hasn’t allowed this to happen for 70 years and got it entangled in legal issues,” he said, adding that the ‘bhoomi poojan’ for the temple was done only after Modi came to power. .
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, Shah said when a vaccine was developed in the country, Gandhi criticized it and said it was Modi’s vaccine. “Finally, he also took the vaccine in the dark to protect himself from the corona virus,” Shah said. He added that the poor are given free grain during Covid, but if Parliament takes power, the grain will be delivered to MP or Rajasthan. The two states share a border with Dahod.
Amit Shah mocked Gandhi again by saying that in 2014, Gandhi had criticized the BJP saying they did not say when the temple would be built. “On January 1, 2024, a large temple will be ready there (in Ayodhya),” said the Union Home Minister.


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