Would Ram Mandir have been built and Article 370 would have been removed if PM Modi didn’t win: Amit Shah


Assembly elections are to be held in Goa next year i.e. in the year 2022. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in the state is hopeful that the party will get an absolute majority in this election. The big leaders of the party are working day and night to get the voters in their favor. On Thursday, BJP leader and Union Home Minister Amit Shah was also present in Goa. Here he laid the foundation stone of National Forensic Sciences University in Dharbondra village of South Goa. After this, he tried to energize them with his address among party workers in Goa. During this, Amit Shah also mentioned about the Ram temple in Ayodhya and the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. Amit Shah said that both these works could not have been done without PM Modi.

The Union Minister, who was present among the party workers, said here that ‘We want that in the year 2022, BJP should form a government with full majority in Goa. Tell me, if PM Modi didn’t win with absolute majority, could a Ram temple be built in Ayodhya, could Article 370 be removed from Jammu and Kashmir?’ Union Home Minister Amit Shah exuded confidence that the ruling BJP in Goa would once again form the government in the state after securing an absolute majority in the assembly elections to be held in February next year.

He said that the double engine government of Goa and the BJP at the Center would help in the development of the state. Addressing a function after laying the foundation stone of National Forensic Science University (NFSU) at Dharbandora village in South Goa, he also said that chartered flights would start arriving in Goa from November 15.

“BJP will form the next government in the state with full majority… it’s time for elections,” he said. But I am appealing to the people of Goa to make up their mind to elect a BJP government in the state under the leadership of Narendra Modi at the Centre. He said, this double engine government will help the state to continue its development.


Next year’s assembly elections are going to be multi-party, as several regional parties including the ruling BJP, the opposition Congress, Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress (TMC), Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) prepare to enter the fray. Is doing. Shiv Sena, the ruling party in Maharashtra, has also decided to contest for the 40-seat Goa Assembly.

In the 2017 Goa Assembly elections, the Congress emerged as the single largest party winning 17 out of 40 seats. However, the BJP, which won 13 seats, quickly formed the government with some regional parties.

Union Minister Shah said that the Prime Minister has decided to allow chartered flights from November 15. “I am happy to announce that after this tourists in the state will start traveling in chartered flight,” he said. Shah lauded the Pramod Sawant-led government for giving the first dose of the Kovid-19 vaccine to the entire eligible population in the state and urged it to complete the second dose process at the earliest.



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