Narendra Modi, ML Khattar ensured corruption-free governance: Amit Shah


(G.N.S) Dt. 15 Jind Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Thursday said the party had provided a corruption-free and stable government in Haryana. "There is no need to give a report card to Congress, but we need to give details to the public of Haryana". Jind is considered to be the nerve center of Haryana politics. However, the Congress and INLD workers had threatened to stage demonstrations and wave black flags at Shah's convoy.

Stating that the previous governments in Haryana and at the Centre were allegedly involved in one scam after the other, the BJP president said it was a matter of "huge honour" that BJP governments in Haryana and at the Centre had given corruption-free administration. Referring to former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Shah said "Listen Hoodaji, I come here with all accounts to be put before the people".

He said that Haryana is a land of warriors, youths, farmers, martyrs.

"Khattar government has no bias, it believes in "Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikaas", he said. Congress leader Ashok Tanwar was among the detained people.

He also credited the BJP governments with working for farmers and the poor. He said in 2018-19 Union budget, a bold decision of fixing support prices for crops at 50 percent higher than the cost of production has been made. He said that he offers his respects to them. He told party workers to ensure that BJP wins all the 10 Lok Sabha seats from Haryana in 2019. The next state assembly polls are scheduled next year. He claimed that demand had been fulfilled after Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power.

After reaching Jind by a helicopter, Amit Shah will also reach rally venue on a motorbike from the helipad, which has been constructed near the rally ground. Shah had also camped for three days in Rohtak in August a year ago as part of his visit to states to strategise and find ways to strengthen the party at the grass-root level. "It is the land that has given foodgrains and soldiers to defend the country".