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As Rajasthan approaches the assembly elections, the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) is making significant efforts to secure a change of leadership in the state, leaving no opportunity unexplored. BJP leader and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who is also known as the Chanakya of modern politics, has taken over the responsibility of campaigning for the party for the Rajasthan Assembly elections.
On Sunday, Union Minister Shah flagged off the BJP’s Parivartan Sankalp Yatra from Dungarpur in Rajasthan. On this occasion, Amit Shah accused Rahul Gandhi, the former National President of the Congress Party and Member of Parliament from Wayanad, of being anti-Hindu. Amit Shah said that Rahul Gandhi had described Hindu organizations as more dangerous than Lashkar-e-Taiba. “Rahul Baba, you are comparing Hindu organizations with Lashkar-e-Taiba, while your Home Minister used to say that Hindu terror was happening,” said Shah.
Addressing the gathering, Amit Shah said, “For the past two days, the INDI Alliance has been insulting the culture and Sanatan Dharma of this country. The two main parties of the INDI Alliance, Congress and DMK (one being the son of a finance minister and the other being the son of a Chief Minister), are advocating for the abolition of Sanatan Dharma. In their pursuit of appeasement and vote bank politics, these individuals have insulted ‘Sanatan Dharma’.”
Amit Shah accused the Gehlot government, stating that under Ashok Gehlot’s leadership in Rajasthan, Hindu festivals were prohibited, a Shiva temple was demolished, and communal tensions were ignited in the state.
Targeting the opposition alliance, Amit Shah said, “The ‘arrogant alliance’ can go to any extent for vote bank politics. The grand Ram temple at the birthplace of Lord Ram will be ready in January. Opposition alliance can’t stop it. Congress has stopped it for years. They say that if Modi wins, Sanatan Raj will come. Sanatan is ruling the hearts of the people. PM Modi has said that India will run by the Constitution.”