‘The rioters taught us a lesson in 2002…lasting peace in Gujarat’: Amit Shah

“From 2002 to 2022, they are not indulging in violence,” Amit Shah said.

Ahmedabad:

Anti-social factors had previously indulged in violence in Gujarat with the backing of Congress but stopped these kinds of actions right after the perpetrators “discovered their lesson” in 2002, Union House Minister Amit Shah mentioned on Friday. Bash (BJP) established the country “Eternal Peace”.

Elements of Gujarat seasoned mass violence subsequent the burning of trains at the Godra railway station in February 2002.

Mr Shah, who held a rally in guidance of BJP candidates in Mahudha township in Kheda district forward of future month’s parliamentary elections, claimed that “throughout the Congress rule in Gujarat (ahead of 1995), communal unrest was rampant. Congress employed to incite various communities and castes are battling from each other. By such riots, Congress has strengthened its vote pool, resulting in injustice to a large section of the culture.” Mr Shah claimed that Gujarat witnessed riots in 2002 mainly because the perpetrators Accustomed to indulging in violence simply because of the longstanding aid of Congress.

“But just after teaching them a lesson in 2002, these components still left the (violent) way. From 2002 to 2022, they did not indulge in violence. BJP by using challenging motion against people who utilised to indulge in violence , set up lasting peace in Gujarat. Communal violence,” the Union minister said.

Thanking Key Minister Narendra Modi for repealing Short article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, Mr Shah claimed Congress was in opposition to it due to the fact of its “vote lender”.

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