Bengaluru, April 3: In a bid to push the Land Bill, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has decided to hold a series of rallies across the nation. Announcing this at the BJP's National Executive Meet today at Bengaluru, Party president, Amit Shah said that the bill is not anti farmer as is being alleged by the opposition. [Narendra Modi made our day, say BJP workers]
He took a dig at the opposition for constantly trying to point out the mistakes of the government all of which were unwarranted. Find your leader (Rahul) first instead of pointing fingers at us, he also said.
Major rallies to be held:
Shah announced that rallies across the nation will be held to educate the people about the Land Bill. There is a misconception that the bill is anti farmer. We need to clear the air about this, he also said.
The first of such rallies will be held at Ranchi on May 6th. At the national executive power point presentations were made and booklets distributed to the workers so that they would have a clear understanding of the Land Bill.
The BJP will hold major rallies in support of the land bill, starting May 6
The BJP intends to educate its workers so that the message regarding the Land Bill could be conveyed to all the people.
Earlier Prakash Javdekar, senior leader of the party said that the opposition was misguiding the people about the Land Bill. We are in power because of the farmers and we will always strive for them, he assured.
He also lauded the BJP government's performance at the centre and said that the party will remain in power for the next 20 years.