Amit Shah honours freedom fighters in UP visit, slams SP BSP Congress : On Saturday, President of BJP Party Amit Shah lashed out at the Congress, BSP and the Samajwadi Party in a speech at Kakori on the outskirts of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
The visit of BJP President Amit Shah to Kakori was part of a nationwide event by the BJP called ‘Azadi 70 Saal – Yaad Karo Kurbani’. A forerunner to the party’s much hyped ‘Tiranga Yatra’ that will begin from 16th August 2016.
After an event, BJP President Amit Shah, at a public meeting, said in his speech that he would not talk politics but then proceeded to attack Congress, BSP and SP.
BJP President Shah said to a 5000 strong crowd that If BSP or SP come to power in UP, they will work only for a particular community and themselves. Bhartiya Janta Party alone believes in sab ka saath, sabka vikas.
Shah, taking a dig at the Congress, claimed that there is no development in country since Independence because the government was run by only one family for 60 years. Without development of UP, the development of country is not possible.
Today, BJP President Amit Shah visited the memorial for freedom fighters in kakori and garlanded the statues of Ram Prasad Bismil, Chandrashekhar Azad, and Ashfaqullah Khan. Kakori is famous for revolutionaries robbing a train carrying money for the British treasury in 1925.
After the public meeting, BJP President Shah also had lunch at the home of BJP MP Kaushal Kishore, who is a Dalit.