Amit Shah to address public meeting near Hyderabad on May 14
BJP's Telangana unit announced on Monday that Shah will address the public meeting at Tukkuguda in Rangareddy district near Hyderabad. The saffron party is planning a massive show of strength by mobilising people in large numbers for the public meeting. State BJP leaders expect that the meeting will boost the morale of the party and gear up the cadre for the next year's Assembly elections.
Shah's visit to Bengal a wake-up call for state unit?
According to insiders, Shah, the former national President of the party, made it clear to state leaders that they are free to quit if they are dissatisfied with instructions from the top, and should only make their dissatisfaction public after quitting. The other option is to discuss the matter with the top leadership in New Delhi.
Changed political situation will force Bengal to help BSF in checking infiltration: Shah
"I understand that without the help of the local administration it is extremely difficult to check illegal infiltration and cross border smuggling. However, I would like to assure you that the political situation here will be such that you will get that help.
Amit Shah arrives in Kolkata for a 2-day Bengal visit
Incidentally, on this day last year, Mamata Banerjee was sworn in as the chief minister of West Bengal for the third consecutive programme. From Kolkata, Shah will reach Hingalganj in the Indo-Bangladesh border area in North 24 Parganas district. He will inaugurate six modern floating border outposts (BOP) of the Border Security Force (BSF) and also a boat ambulance to provide medical assistance in the inaccessible area of Sundarbans from Saheb Khali to Shamsher Nagar.
After Shah, Bengal BJP trying hard to bring Modi and Nadda to state
Besides hoping that the two-day visit of Union Home Minister Amit Shah on May 5 and 6, will have some positive impact on the declining morale of the party workers, the state leadership is trying hard to persuade Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the party's national president J.P. Nadda to visit the state in the coming months and cheer up the party workers through vocal tonic.
Regional languages will revolutionalise education: Amit Shah
In his inaugural address at the Nrupatunga University on the auspicious day of Basava Jayanti, Akshaya Tritiya, and Eid, he said that the Narendra Modi-led government has vowed to realise the dream of making India knowledge-based superpower.
Amit Shah in K'taka to hold talks on cabinet expansion
Amit Shah will finalise on the cabinet expansion and strategise for the party in the wake of the Assembly elections in 2023. B.L. Santhosh, the National General Secretary has stirred a hornet's nest in the state by hinting at a massive change in the leadership of the state. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has maintained that the statements were made in the context of civic polls. However, party sources confirm that anything can happen.
Amit Shah to arrive in Bengaluru, to take final call on cabinet changes
The visit has assumed importance in the backdrop of Shah coming with a specific mission of finalising the decision on cabinet expansion or reshuffle. He would also hold talks regarding the various happenings in the state and strategise for the state Assembly elections in 2023.