BJP to form government in West Bengal, retain power in Assam, says Amit Shah
Union Minister Amit Shah during road show in Bariapur district of West BengalImage source: Twitter

BJP to form government in West Bengal, retain power in Assam, says Amit Shah

Union Minister Amit Shah said that BJP will form government in West Bengal and will retain power in Assam

Guwahati: Home Minister Amit Shah stated that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will be formed in West Bengal and the party would retain power for the second time in Assam.

Addressing a public gathering in Sarbhog in Barpeta district of Assam on Sunday, he said that the BJP will conquer 200 Assembly seats in West Bengal.

"In the first two phases of election in Assam (on March 27 and April 1) the BJP has secured people's mandate to form the government once again in the state. After five years of the BJP rule we can now proudly say that in Assam there is neither terrorism nor there is agitation and protests, no illegal immigration, there is only peace, all-round development, progress and prosperity," he said.

The former BJP national president said that after formation of the BJP government once again in Assam two lakh jobs would be created in the government sector and eight lakh jobs in private sector, thus a total of 10 lakh jobs would be created in the state in a year.

The Home Minister in his speech on the last day of the election campaign ahead of the third and final phase of Assam assembly elections on Tuesday, said that it was decided to create Guwahati as the 'Start-up Capital' of the entire northeast region and also the South East Asia.

The NDA is committed to make the state flood-free and the Prime Minister has already initiated the process, he stated. Shah said that two phases of elections are already finished in the state and claimed, "We are confident that in these two phases alone, the party has achieved majority to form the next government."

Union Minister Amit Shah during road show in Bariapur district of West Bengal
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Lambasting the opposition parties, Shah said that the Congress party aligning with AIUDF (All India United Democratic Front) led by Badruddin Ajmal would never be able to stop illegal immigrations in Assam and they would not be able to protect Assam and its people.

"Had there been the Congress government in Assam, not a single rhinoceros would be alive today. It was Assam Chief Minister Sarbanand Sonowal whose strong governance and strict policy led to complete elimination of poachers of rhinoceros from Assam," he observed.

Meanwhile, the Home Minister cut short his visit to Assam against the backdrop of the Naxal attack in Chhattisgarh and asked security forces to launch a big operation against Naxal outfits in Chhattisgarh following detailed discussions with top security officials.

Ahead of the third and final phase of the Assam Assembly election on Tuesday, Shah was supposed to address three election rallies in Sarbhog, Bhabanipur and Jalukbari but only spoke at Sarbhog, before returning to the national capital.

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