January 16 is the deadline set by BJP national president Amit Shah to file chargesheets against the ruling Congress in Karnataka. Addressing party workers at a resort in the outskirts of Bengaluru, Shah said that the chargesheet on the wrongdoings by the Congress will have to be ready by January 16 and it has to be made public all through the campaign.
The one-plus-one strategy has to be implemented at any cost, said BJP’s national president Amit Shah during a meet with his party legislators from Karnataka. This strategy mandates that a legislator looks after his own constituency and also the one allotted to them by the party.
One could expect at least a dozen changes in the Union Cabinet reshuffle. While some ministers will be moved keeping in mind party work, others have been asked to leave based on their performances.
On Friday several ministers including Rajiv Pratap Rudy tendered their resignations. Senior BJP minister Uma Bharti too offered to resign on health grounds. This will be the last Modi Cabinet reshuffle head of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
We have not come to power to stay for one or two terms. The BJP is here to stay for the next 50 years, the party’s national president Amit Shah said.
In 2019, the BJP hopes to achieve Mission 350. BJP chief Amit Shah on Thursday chaired a meeting of party leaders here to chalk out a strategy for “Mission 2019” and on ways to bag more than 350 seats.
Ruling out the resignation of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath, BJP’s national president while referring to the Gorakhpur tragedy said such incidents have taken place in the past too.
Amit Shah in Karnataka gave out the clarion call to root out the Congress and re-take the state in the forthcoming assembly elections. Shah during a meeting with party leaders sought an assurance that the BJP will win Karnataka in 2018.
The BJP’s national chief, Amit Shah decided to give his party in Karnataka a reality check. Armed with three survey reports, he asked the BJP leaders in Karnataka how many seats would they win if the state went to polls today.
Several leaders including the BJP’s chief ministerial candidate, B S Yeddyurappa said that they would win anything between 125 and 150 seats. Shah however shot back and said in reality the BJP would win just 80 seats if elections were held today.
Karnataka Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah threw open a challenge to BJP’s national president Amit Shah and said that his government in Karnataka cannot be dislodged. Shah may have succeeded in Uttar Pradesh, but will not be able to repeat that in Karnataka, Siddaramaiah said.
Amit Shah in Karnataka: The BJP’s national president and Rajya Sabha MP, Amit Shah will be on a three day visit to Karnataka starting today. This is part of his 110 day nationwide tour to strengthen the party.