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4 years of Modi govt: Family of NDA has increased, not decreased, says Amit Shah

By Chennabasaveshwar
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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah hailed Narendra Modi as the most hardworking Prime Minister and the most popular leader in the world. Amit Shah was addressing media person on the occasion of completion of four years of the BJP government.

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah

Amit Shah said, "BJP provided the most hardworking Prime Minister and the most popular leader in the world to the country, a PM who works for 15-18 hours a day. We are proud that this Prime Minister is a leader of BJP."

On the status of NDA coalition, Shah said, "TDP left but Nitish Ji came. 11 more parties became part of NDA after 2014. The family of NDA has increased, not decreased. Only Chandrababu Ji (Andhra Pradesh CM) left."

When asked that 'Shiv Sena doesn't want to fight together', Shah said, "I repeat this, that we want Shivsena and BJP to fight together in 2019 elections," says Amit Shah.

About government's response to cross-border attacks, "BJP considers war the last option. However, we have zero tolerance regarding the safety of our borders. The most number of terrorists have been killed in BJP government," the party chief.

He further said that the government will form a long-term solution for rising prices of fuel. He said, "The current prices of petrol and diesel were the same during three years of Congress government. But they are fed up with these raised prices in only three days in our government? Government is thinking about that and will form a long-term solution for it."

Shah claimed that there is no village in India without electricity and achieved this target way before the deadline.

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