Union Home Minister and senior BJP poll strategist Amit Shah on Saturday hit the ground in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh by launching a door-to-door campaign in Kairana.
The home minister reiterated that assembly elections in J&K will be held after the completion of the ongoing delimitation process and statehood will be restored once the situation becomes normal.
“I can see the confidence in the people of UP. In the days to come, this is going to be the most developed state of India,” said Amit Shah
Reacting to Shah's remarks, Peoples Conference chief Sajad Lone asked who will define normalcy.
The Left Front ruled Tripura from 1978 to 1988 and again from 1993 to 2018 after which the BJP formed the government in the state.
Besides Pawar, senior leaders and parliament members Praful Patel, Supriya Sule, Sunil Tatkare and Fauzia Khan have been named as star campaigners for the assembly elections.
The home minister said the plan for Tripura's development over the next 25 years has been laid out in a vision document 'Lakshya Tripura'.
“I along with HCM Meghalaya Sri @SangmaConrad met Adarniya Griha Mantri Sri @AmitShah ji in New Delhi.
The Parliamentary Committee's chairman said recent incidents and orchestrated acts of violence, are making headlines in both national and global media.
To the demand for Central assistance for rain-hit areas, Amit Shah said he would see to it that the assistance is released by January 31.
Shah will start his tour after Saturday and hold meetings, including with organisational leaders, to cover the entire stretch of Uttar Pradesh.
The PM will be the “brand ambassador for showing the direction of natural agriculture to the whole world”, said Amit Shah.
Shah was virtually addressing farmers after launching the logo of the Gujarat government's initiative for natural farming, its mobile application and e-vans to market the produce grown.
Shah’s refusal to meet people’s representatives goes against the ethos of democracy, the CM said.
Videos emerged on social media of people said to be farmers protesting against the now-repealed central agricultural laws allegedly blocking the road leading to Ferozepur.