BJP President Amit Shah has proved his talent and prowess countless number of times. He has emerged as the best strategist for the BJP in the last few decades winning elections from the scratch to finish for his party. Looking at the polls results one can agree with the fact that Amit Shah and PM Modi have emerged as the best duo in the Indian politics. Amit Shah rarely minces words, time and results have proven that Amit Shah means what he says, and he delivers on his promises. Shah was attending a press conference on the occasion of the 4th anniversary of the central government, where according to DNA India he was quoted as saying, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ended politics of appeasement, dynasty and casteism, and ushered politics of development.” This statement holds its ground in the present scenario as India is on a never seen before acceleration of progress. Be it defence, technology or facilities for the common public, PM Modi has ushered in a new era of growth in the country. The opposition appears afraid of this rapid growth and is looking to unite since it knows that it would be impossible to challenge PM Modi and Amit Shah’s duo right now.
BJP President Amit Shah also spoke about how the BJP regime had succeeded in giving both the urban and rural belts in India equitable growth and development. Amit Shah also talked about the upcoming bypoll elections to be held in Kairana, Uttar Pradesh in his speech, he mentioned that the BJP is ready to win the upcoming polls. Amit shah’s strategy led to BJP’s thumping victory in the 2014 Lok Sabha and 2017 state elections. The mention of the 2014 Lok Sabha results is enough to send shivers down the spine of the opposition. Population wise UP is the largest state in India and sends the maximum number of MPs to the Lok Sabha. The way in which it rejected SP-BSP and the Congress in 2017 as well shows the weakness of the opposition. The cracks in the united opposition have already began to appear, CM of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee was made to sit in the second row on the stage in H.D. Kumaraswamy’s swearing in ceremony held in Karnataka. Mayawati and Ajit Singh, the two prominent leaders from Uttar Pradesh did not even care to look at each other in the same ceremony which they both attended. These cracks will further deepen as the polling dates are coming nearer.
There already were rumours of SP-BSP conspiring to keep Congress out of the coalition for the Kairana bypolls. Amit Shah has confirmed that the BJP will win Uttar Pradesh convincingly with more than 50 percent vote share. So far if we take a look at the previous results of the polls it has been proved that Mr.Shah is rarely mistaken when it comes to politics.