Addressing a press conference, Shah challenged everyone to analyse the speeches of BJP leaders to find out how most of the content revolved around "vikas" (development).
A scuffle broke outside the Calcutta University campus on College Street, when student activists of both the Left and the TMCP shouted slogans against Shah.
Shah was slated to address public meetings in Karimanagar and Warangal.
Two letters, purportedly issued by Kuki National Organisation and Zomi Re-unification Organisation and addressed to Shah seeking ticket for Mate, had surfaced on Sunday.
Stating that the NDA government had a "zero tolerance towards terrorism," Shah, addressing party workers here, also recalled the martyrdom of two CRPF jawans from Tamil Nadu.
Addressing a rally here, Shah said the gruesome attack was carried out by Pakistan-backed terrorists, who would not be spared at any cost.
Shah noted that as president of a political party himself, he can say that the BJP cannot manage all its election expenses from the contributions it receives from party workers. "It is not possible,"
Gadkari, a former BJP president, also spoke about his stint as Maharashtra's PWD minister when the Shiv Sena-BJP government was in power (1995-99) in the state.
Dilip Ghosh's statement comes as a surprise as he had recently slammed Mamata for halting BJP's yatra in West Bengal.
He also hit out at Gandhi for taking a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi by saying the "chowkidar" is a thief.
He also ruled out running for the Prime Ministerial post in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
Kishore Dutta told the court that the Coochbehar superintendent of police refused permission for the BJP president's rath yatra from Friday.
The most disappointing results back then were in Malkajgiri, where N Ramchander Rao lost a hard-fought electoral battle by mere 2,680 votes.
Pillai said in a speech that he told the Sabarimala temple 'tantri' that it would be best to shut down the hill shrine if any woman in the 10-50 age tried to enter it following a SC verdict.
Panda said the ‘Ama Gaon Ama Vikash’ is a cleverly designed programme by the Chief Minister to benefit party workers and MLAs ahead of the next elections.