Today, Amit Shah will lay the foundation for 49.36 crores worth of development projects in Gandhinagar
Shah has been speaking at rallies in Uttar Pradesh in which the party hopes to win a second term in power
Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, will virtually lay the foundation for several development projects worth Rs 49.36 crores in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, on Wednesday. According to news agency ANI, the program will begin at 1.20 p.m.
"Union Home Minister Amit Shah through video conferencing will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of various developmental projects worth ₹49.36 crores in Gandhinagar parliamentary constituency," the office of Amit Shah said in a tweet in Hindi.
Shah has been speaking at rallies in Uttar Pradesh as part of the Bharatiya Janata Party's campaign for next year's assembly elections, in which the party hopes to win a second term in power.
The home minister prayed at the Sankat Mochan Temple in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, on Tuesday. In addition, he spoke at rallies in Hardoi and Sultanpur.
During his speech, Shah took aim at the Samajwadi Party, claiming that the party has a different interpretation of ABCD and that the BJP has put an end to it.
"The ABCD of the Samajwadi Party is reverse. For them, 'A' means 'apradh and aatank' (crime and terror), 'B' stands for 'bhai-bhatijavad' (nepotism), 'C' means 'corruption' and 'D' is 'danga' (riot). BJP has put an end to this ABCD," Shah said.
Shah expressed confidence in the BJP's ability to win the state's assembly elections next year.
In the 2017 Uttar Pradesh assembly election, the BJP won a large majority of more than 300 of the state's 403 seats, bringing it to power.
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