Amit Shah in Gujarat: Rioters Taught Lesson in 2002, BJP Brought Peace

Congress used to pressure people from different races and castes to fight against each other, says Amit Shah . Congress had expanded its vote bank and insulted a significant segment of society, he says .

At a rally ahead of next week's elections, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that those responsible for Gujarat's communal riots were conditioned to believe that the state has been peaceful for 22 years.Congress used to pressure people from different races and castes to fight against each other.Congress had expanded its vote bank and insulted a significant segment of the society as a result of such demonstrations, Mr Shah said in Mahudha town of Kheda district.Because of the chaos, there was no room for growth in Gujarat.

We haven't put a curfew on for the past 22 years.According to investigations into the Gujarat riots, BJP has done the work to restore order to a region that saw frequent communal riots in 2002.Over 1,000 people were killed in the three-day violence in Gujarat, and the state police were accused of not doing enough to prevent the riots that began in Godhra, killing 59 people.The Supreme Court dismissed an appeal seeking his exoneration in one of the cases connected to the killings earlier this year.Amit Shah is one of the leading campaigners for the state's elections, which are scheduled for December 1 and 5.On December 8, the BJP has gone to whatever extent to maintain control of Prime Minister Modis home state, which it has ruled since 1998, as it faces a tough challenge from Arvind Kejriwals Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Congress.Featured Video Of The DayIs Varun Dhawan's Smell Like A Bhediya?

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