BJP National President Shri Amit Shah addressed a huge ‘Yuva Hunkar’ rally in Jind, Haryana on February, 2018. Besides BJP National President Shri Amit Shah, Haryana Chief Minister Shri Manohar Lal Khattar, his ministerial colleagues, party legislators, BJP office bearers and lakhs of party Karyakartas reached the rally venue riding motorcycles. Before speaking at the rally, the BJP President also laid the foundation stone of BJP offices in 15 districts of the state.
At the beginning of his speech, Shri Amit Shah has asked the BJP workers present on the spot to raise their voice so loud that it reaches PM Modi’s rally in Tripura. BJP National President said central funds used to go down the gutter of corruption under the Congress rule in the state, but CM Shri Manohar Lal Khattar has provided Haryana with an honest and transparent government. “Congress people ask us ‘from where do you get so much money to give the state’. We tell them even they gave, but they distributed it among their cronies while we give it to the Haryana state,” Shri Shah said.
Shri Shah indicted the previous Congress government in Haryana for ignoring the state on the development front and leaving it in unemployment and agrarian crisis. “This is the state whose chief minister has gone to jail,” he said while targeting former Haryana chief minister from Congress, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, who is facing charges in the Manesar land scam. The BJP President also said the present Haryana CM has a blot-free career.
While appreciating the Modi government’s efforts in successful execution of the OROP scheme, he said, “Long-pending One Rank One Pension given. Farmers, retired faujis are happy now.”
Commenting on the healthy sporting culture in the state, he said “Maximum medals in sports are won by Haryana sportspersons.” He also lauded Haryana farmers for ushering in ‘green revolution’.
While concluding his speech Shri Shah, said “this is kumbh of party workers, not an election rally.”
CM Shri Khattar also addressed the rally, saying that BJP government has eliminated regionalism in developmental works.