End of family politics, BJP government in Telangana-Bengal soon: Home Minister Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah termed the politics of familyism, casteism and appeasement as fatal for the country. He said that such politics is the biggest sin and the country has suffered for years. But now the politics of the dynasty will end. BJP will end the family power in West Bengal and Telangana.

New Delhi: In the BJP National Executive meeting, Union Home Minister Amit Shah made a scathing attack on the politics of familyism, casteism and appeasement. He said that such politics is the biggest sin and the country has suffered for years. But now the politics of the dynasty will end. BJP will end the family power in West Bengal and Telangana.


Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the coming 30 to 40 years in the country will be of BJP and the party will win power in all other states including Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Odisha, as well as end the politics of dynasty.


'Congress has become a family party'

Amit Shah said that Congress has become a family party. Many Congress leaders are fighting for internal democracy in the party. But the Gandhi family is not allowing organizational elections to take place. Due to this he fears of losing his control over the party.


At the same time, Union Minister Amit Shah called the decision of the Supreme Court to dismiss the petition filed in a case related to the Gujarat riots as historic. In this petition, Zakia Jafri, wife of MP Ehsan Jafri, who was killed in the riots, challenged the clean chit given by the SIT to 64 people including the then Chief Minister Narendra Modi.


Home Minister Amit Shah said that Narendra Modi faced the SIT probe in the Gujarat riots and digested every poison thrown by the opposition on him like Lord Shiva. He kept his faith in the Constitution. On the issue of questioning of Rahul Gandhi by the Enforcement Directorate in the National Herald case, he said that Narendra Modi has never done such drama to evade investigation which Congress is doing today.