A habit of opposing has become ingrained in Rahul: Shah

Telugu super news,June 28th,2023: Home Minister Amit Shah slammed Rahul Gandhi for opposing every government initiative and said by doing so continuously, a habit of opposing has become ingrained in the former Congress MP.  

“He (Rahul Gandhi) is opposed to everything, be it Article 370, Ram temple or triple talaq. By doing so, he has developed a habit of opposing anything and everything,” Shah said. 

Taking a pot-shot at the Opposition meeting in Patna as a mere “photo session”, Shah said despite all their efforts, Narendra Modi’s third term in office as Prime Minister with over 300 seats is predetermined.  

“Today, a photo session is going in in Patna. Leaders of the Opposition parties have assembled. They want to convey the message that they would challenge the BJP, NDA and Modi Ji. Despite their attempts, unity among them is not possible. And, even if they forge unity and go to the public, Modi Ji will again become the Prime Minister with over 300 seats,” Shah said at a rally in Jammu. 

The BJP veteran also took a pot-shot at the grand old Congress party, saying the assembly of the Opposition parties was a public declaration that the Congress’ capabilities were insufficient to defeat Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the 2024 general election. 

 Shah also lashed out at three families – Gandhis, Abdullahs and Muftis, all three present in the Patna meeting – and accused them of being responsible for killing 42,000 people in Jammu & Kashmir between 1947 and 2014. 

“Madam Mufti and Abdullah Saheb, I want to remind you that during the UPA government’s 10-year rule, there had been 7,327 incidences of terror. In our nine-year period, the number has come down to 2,350 only. This means a 70% decrease,” Shah said.  

Highlighting the achievements of the nine-year rule of the Modi government in the Centre, Shah said, “Modiji’s rule is an open book. It is not like UPA that did Rs 12 lakh Crore scam. There is not even a single corruption allegation against Modiji during his nine-year rule”. 

He said BJP has tightened the noose around terrorism in Jammu & Kashmir and today “terrorism is on the death bed.”  “In UPA’s ten-year rule, there were 60,327 terrorism incidents. In Modiji’s nine-year rule, terrorism touched its lowest ebb. In 47 months after the abrogation of Article 370, there were only 32 calls of strikes while stone pelting declined by 90%. Youth of J&K have replaced stones with laptops and books,” Shah said, adding that in 2022 alone, 1.88 crore tourists visited J&K. The successful G20 summit, organised in J&K between May 22 and May 25, also bears testimony of a reign of peace in the region.

Amit Shah permanently solves long-pending problems in the North East

Delhi, April 23rd,2023:Neglected and discarded for the most part since Independence, the beautiful and promising North East is forging ahead to regain its lost glory, thanks mainly to Home Minister Amit Shah’s relentless efforts to bring in a reign of peace and stability in the region. Shah has been serving as the country’s Home Minister since 2019.

The visionary Home Minister, who firmly believes that development cannot be achieved without peace prevailing in any area, has been instrumental, since assuming charge, in permanently resolving at least eight prominent politically-sensitive disputes in the region that were primarily responsible for agitation, ethnic conflict, unrest, militancy and separatism in the area comprising Ashtalakshmi (the eight states).

All eight discords resolved, the latest being the Assam-Arunachal border decades-long dispute, are development-accretive and bear the imprint of the master administrator Shah and his fabled capacity of weaving a full-proof strategy. They also speak volumes about his leadership quality.

Soon after taking over, Shah directed his officials in the Home Ministry to take urgent steps and formulate strategies that would help in bringing about a lasting peace to the area.

The first success came in 2019. During the year, the Home Ministry signed an agreement with the Sabir Kumar Debbarma-led National Liberation Front of Tripura that led to the surrender of 88 activists with 44 weapons.

Under the agreement, a provision of a special economic development package of Rs 100 crore was made available for the development of tribal areas.

The next year saw two historic disputes getting resolved. And in both of them, Shah played a pivotal role. He was instrumental in signing the BRU agreement that provided permanent domicile to 6,959 BRU families, 37,136 persons, in Tripura. A Rs 661 crore rehabilitation package was also sanctioned.

The historic Bodo Accord, signed in 2020, was also a brainchild of the Home Minister Shah. Under Shah’s leadership, an MoU was signed between the Government of India, the Government of Assam, and representatives of Bodo Groups to resolve the long-pending Bodo issue. Following the signing of the agreement, 1615 workers of NDFB factions laid down their arms.

In 2021, under the able guidance of the Home Minister, the historic Karbi Anglong Agreement to get rid of the decades-old crisis was signed in New Delhi with representatives of Karbi groups. The pact ensured Assam’s territorial integrity and saw more than 1,000 armed cadres renouncing violence to join the mainstream.

The Tribal Peace Agreement and the Assam-Meghalaya Inter-State Boundary Agreement were signed in 2022. While the Tribal Peace Agreement resolved the long-pending issue of tribals and tea garden workers in Assam.

the historic Assam-Meghalaya Inter-State Boundary Agreement, signed in the presence of the Union Home Minister on 29th March, was aimed at settling the dispute of six out of the total twelve areas of an inter-state border dispute between the states of Assam and Meghalaya.

Shah’s efforts are yielding results. Compared with 2014, incidences of violence came down by 67% in 2022. During the same period, a casualty in security forces has decreased by 60, civilian deaths by 85%. A total of 8,000 militants have surrendered to come to the mainstream.

Accordingly, the periphery of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) has been largely reduced in the North East. The once-disturbed areas are now turning into aspiration zones.