Amit Shah asks party workers to focus on delivering promises
Amit Shah expects party workers to fulfill promises
Amit Shah asks party workers to focus on delivering promises :- Amidst the mounting pressure from the cadre to further take a tough line against Pakistan in the aftermath of Uri, Amit Shah has told party leaders that now it’s time for unwavering commitment to the party’s core ideology which has brought them into power.
Shah has neither mentioned Uri nor Pakistan, but the message to the party was crisp and clear– deliver on the promises and not just in words, this would be with no time to waste, according to sources.
Shah was further tracing the party’s journey from the year 1967 when Deendayal Upadhyay was elected Jan Sangh president, when he said the party’s phenomenal growth since then was made possible because of its distinct ideology, according to the sources.
However, there is an anticipation in the party that PM Narendra Modi, who will be making his first public speech after the Uri attack at a rally here, will be mentioning the issue and reflect the government’s approach on it.
BJP’s stand on Uri attacks
BJP general secretary Ram Madhav, who had held a press conference here, was evaded with questions on Uri saying that it will be taken up at an appropriate time. “We are a party of grassroots workers. We understand the sentiments in the country. We get input from people. All important issues are also raised at the right time and its essence will be conveyed to you,” he said.
Asked if the party had further toned down, he said “you want statement or action? Action will continue to happen. Wait and watch,” he said. Madhav had now made the “jaw for a tooth remark” within hours of the Uri attack.
Sources have revealed that at the meeting with party office bearers, Shah has asked BJP-ruled states to ensure that the Modi regime’s 80 schemes would reach the last man in the queue within the centenary year of Deendayal Upadhyay, which begins on Sunday. Shah wants the organization and government to focus on “Garib Kalyan”, they said.