NEW DELHI: Asserting that the Modi government had infused hope across all sectors with its “decisive” rule, BJP President Amit Shah on Friday said it had laid a strong foundation in its two years and will fulfil all its promises before the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. “In two years it has laid a strong foundation. In next three years a strong building of development will be raised. I am sure when we go the people again for votes in 2019, we would have fulfilled all our promises,” he said.
Presenting the government’s two-year report card at a press conference here, Shah also pitched the party’s “good” performance in the Assembly polls as the people’s mandate on rows over Rohith Vemula suicide and JNU issue and took on Congress, saying those who raised them are “nowhere”.
Referring to a number of assembly polls the party fought under him since it came to power, Shah said people put their stamp of approval on the central government’s performance whenever they got a chance as he noted that it formed governments in five states for the first time and preformed better than earlier everywhere.
The Modi government had infused hope across all sectors after, he alleged, the UPA’s 10-year-rule left behind empty treasury, policy paralysis, demoralised bureaucracy, despond e n t mas s e s and a state of hopelessness.
Starting on Saturday, 30 BJP teams, comprising ministers and party office-bearers, will travel across more than 200 destinations to hold events to publicise the government’s “achievements”.
“We have given a decisive government. A government that can take decisions and has the political will to execute them. After a long time, there is a government like this,” he said, adding that it was also a responsive government and cited the NEET’s ordinance as an example.