Jaipur (Rajasthan): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah said on Saturday that Bangladeshi migrants are like termites and will be struck off the voters’ list. Shah made the statement while addressing a public rally at Gangapur in Rajasthan’s Sawai Madhopur district ahead of the state assembly elections.Also Read - Rahul Braves Heavy Rain In Mysuru As Bharat Jodo Yatra Enters Karnataka | 10 Points
Referring to the National Register of Citizens (NRC) which was recently published in Assam, he said, “The BJP government brought NRC and prima facie identified nearly 40 lakh (four million), illegal immigrants.” He further said that after 2019, the BJP won’t allow even a single infiltrator after returning to power. Also Read - WATCH: Rahul Gandhi Addresses Public Rally Amid Rain In Mysuru, Sonia Gandhi To Join Bharat Jodo Yatra On Thursday
“However, Opposition leaders protested against it (NRC Assam draft) in Parliament saying what will happen to their human rights. I want to ask Rahul Gandhi and his company that they can see the human rights of these infiltrators who come to India and do violence, can’t they see the human rights of children of our people?” he asked. Also Read - Rajasthan Political Crisis: 'If Lakshmi Comes To You Sitting At Home, Don’t Reject Her’, BJP MLA To Sachin Pilot
“Are you worried about the intruders or the youth of this country? After 2019, we won’t allow even a single infiltrator in India,” Shah said while addressing a rally here.
Stepping up his attack on Rahul Gandhi, Amit Shah said, “He said that this time Congress will come to power in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh….I want to tell Rahul Gandhi that since Narendra Modi has become the Prime Minister in 2014, you can check the results of various elections across the country, and then speak what will happen in these three states…”
The BJP president went on to describe the Vasundhara Raje government in Rajasthan as an unshakeable “Angad ka Paon” that cannot be dislodged by the opposition. He was referring to a character in the Ramayana who possessed a foot that even demon king Ravana could not move.
With agency inputs