Amit Shah targets Congress, accuses it of not working for backward-tribals

Mumbai: Union Home Minister and BJP President Amit Shah is busy in election rallies these days. In these rallies, the Congress is the most targeted at them. In this episode, Shah arrived to address the rally at Nawapur in Nandurbar district of Maharashtra. In this tribal-dominated district, Shah accused the Congress of working for the backward-tribals. He said that today most of the tribal and backward MLAs in the legislatures of the country are from BJP.

Union Home Minister Shah said that in tribal blocks, the Prime Minister has started building Eklavya Model School. The Eklavya tribe is a symbol of pride, pride of society. Shah said that we are proud that the Modi government has been chosen by the tribals and OBC society of the country. That is why BJP has the highest number of MPs and MLAs in the Parliament and Legislatures of the country. He said that 115 tribal districts of the country, which were left behind in the race for development, have started their development directly from the Prime Minister's Office under the supervision of Narendra Modi.

He said that our Prime Minister belongs to the house of the poor, so he knows the problem of the poor. The BJP president also attacked Rahul Gandhi fiercely. Shah said that he says, what is the relationship between Article 370 and Maharashtra? I would like to tell them that this is the land of Shivaji Maharaj and Veer Savarkar. The sons of this earth never looked back in the safety of the nation. With this, Shah also targeted NCP chief Sharad Pawar.

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