PM Modi sought to project the image of a confident BJP that would easily retain power in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, while Amit Shah claimed the BJP is destined to rule for 50 years.
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The former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister was reacting to the Bharatiya Janata Party chief's remarks at the party's national executive meet in New Delhi.
Modi told the delegates that the NDA government had decided on "Mukti Daan" to set free old and ailing jail inmates on compassionate grounds.
BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad said the party will win the 2019 elections because of its performance, quoting party president Amit Shah, at the national executive meet of the party.
At the valedictory session of BJP National Executive meet, Modi criticised the opposition parties for their 'negative' politics and said those who failed in government are also failure in opposition.
Addressing BJP's national executive meet, Shah said the party would win in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls with a mandate bigger than 2014.
BJP will contest the 2019 LS elections under Shah, but Narendra Modi will be the star campaigner of the party during both parliamentary polls and the ensuing Assembly elections in five states.
The BJP will hold a two-day meeting amid unrest among upper castes over its pro-Dalit push, with key focus on Vajpayee's legacy and strategies for the upcoming state and assembly elections.