From CAA to Ram Temple: Shah Defends Controversial Moves, Eyes Big Win

Hubli Express News, New Delhi: Home Minister, Amit Shah, confidently predicts a massive victory for the BJP in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, expecting at least 370 seats for the party and over 400 for the NDA alliance. Dismissing the opposition, he claims they will remain on the sidelines.

Shah attributes this confidence to factors like the abrogation of Article 370, believing it will garner support. He hints at potential expansion of the NDA by welcoming regional parties. He frames the election as a choice between development under the NDA and empty slogans from the opposition.

He criticizes Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra, citing the Congress’s role in partition. He defends the government’s white paper, claiming it exposes the UPA’s failures and highlights the current administration’s achievements.

Regarding the Ram temple, Shah views it as a long-awaited fulfillment of people’s wishes, hampered by “appeasement politics.” He assures implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) before the polls, clarifying its purpose to protect persecuted minorities. Finally, he reiterates the BJP’s commitment to implementing a Uniform Civil Code, calling it a necessary step towards true secularism.

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