Home Minister Amit Shah said in the ‘Gujarat session’ – We did what we said
Said- his promise of common civil code is not today’s but old
Asked Congress to tell whether it is in favor of or against the civil code
Gandhi Nagar. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has promised to implement the Common Civil Code once again in the special program ‘Gujarat session’ of News18 India. Home Minister Amit Shah said that his promise of a common civil code is not of today but old. Why is there politics over this? He asked that Congress should tell whether it is in favor or against the Civil Code. The Home Minister said that we did what we said. Home Minister Amit Shah said these things during an interview with Rahul Joshi, MD and Group Editor-in-Chief of Network18, at News18 India’s special program ‘Gujarat Convention’.
Home Minister Amit Shah told that earlier we kept the promises of Article 370 from Ram Mandir, Jammu and Kashmir and also removed it. He said that BJP is winning with a huge majority in Gujarat. Gujarat has never accepted the concept of any third party. The BJP government will be formed in the Gujarat elections and Bhupendra Patel will be the CM. One of his statements has dismissed all the speculations. On the ticket of MLAs being cut in Gujarat, he said that every time around 30 percent of the faces change. There was never always one face. Home Minister Amit Shah said that we do not do politics of breaking records, we have always lived up to the expectations of the people of Gujarat. Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the BJP government has erected an impregnable wall of law and order here. He said that we will win the Gujarat elections with a huge majority and the BJP government will be formed. Gujarat BJP is united, there is no estrangement.
Will form the government with a huge majority, will be the best performance so far
How many seats will BJP get in Gujarat assembly elections? On this question of Rahul Joshi, MD and Group Editor-in-Chief of Network18 at the Gujarat session, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said, ‘Our vote share will definitely increase. Seats will also increase, we will form the government with a huge majority. Will be the best performance ever. Explaining the difference between Revadi politics and BJP’s election promises, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said, “Distributing Revadi for votes and giving one-time help to raise one’s standard of living is a different thing.” He said that giving house, electricity, toilet, gas is not distributing the rewari.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : November 14, 2022, 21:12 IST