'What about Adhikaris, Scindias and Vijayvargiyas?' Trinamool mocks Shah's vow to end 'dynasty rule'
In his address at the BJP national executive meeting in Hyderabad, Shah called for ending the politics of dynasty, casteism and appeasement.
The political resolution was moved by Union Home Minister Amit Shah and was seconded by Sarma and Karnataka Chief Minister Baswaraj Bommai.
Owaisi. Can it do any good for the people? KCR used to say during the Telangana movement, he would celebrate the Liberation Day.
He also hailed as "historic" the recent SC verdict dismissing a plea challenging the SIT clean chit to 64 people, including then chief minister Modi, in the 2002 Gujarat riots case.
Shah said 'dynastic politics, casteism and politics of appeasement' were the 'greatest sins' and the reason behind the country's sufferings over the years.
In its condolence resolution on Saturday, the party had paid tributes to Kanahiya Lal and Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala besides others.
On the last day of his three-day visit to Gujarat, Home Minister Amit Shah lashed out at the Congress, accusing the previous government of doing injustice to the state.
Notably, the Central government had recently selected the temple of Goddess Vardaini under its PRASAD (Pilgrimage Rejuvenation and Spiritual Augmentation Drive) Scheme.
"Fear was legitimate because riots had happened during the Rath Yatra with miscreants even trying to snatch away the chariots on two occasions," he said.
PM Modi is also clear about his intentions and strategies regarding Telangana. On May 26, he launched a scathing attack on dynastic politics while he was addressing a rally in Hyderabad.
During a press meet earlier in the day, Fadnavis had said that BJP would support a new minority government led by Shiv Sena rebel group leader Eknath Shinde.
Shah said that efforts were on to establish mobile forensic science units in each district and these would serve at least three blocks.
According to a source, it has been five days since the rebel MLAs are outside Maharashtra and their restlessness is increasing due to insecurity.
The Emergency, declared on this day in 1975 by former prime minister Indira Gandhi, suspended fundamental rights of citizens and brought press censorship.
The apex court on Friday, while rejecting an appeal by Zakia Jafri, wife of Congress MP Ehsan Jafri who was killed in the violence, said that the appeal was "devoid of merits."