New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah on Saturday said that for the party country comes and no intruder will be allowed to stay in India. Slamming the Congress party, Amit Shah said that the grand-old party supports the intruders for political gains but for the BJP the country comes first. “This is why the intruders are being identified in several states across the country,” he said. Also Read - Shatabdi Roy Meets Mamata's Nephew Abhishek Banerjee, Says She Is Not Leaving TMC

Taking a jibe at the Congress, Amit Shah said that those questioning the BJP-led government on its four-year rule should first give an account of their four-decade rule. “In the last four years, the BJP has worked for the benefits to reach every section of the society,” he said. Amit Shah had earlier claimed that the BJP won’t allow even a single infiltrator in India after 2019. Also Read - Subhra Kundu, Wife of Rose Valley Group Chief Gautam Kundu, Arrested By CBI

While addressing a public rally at Gangapur in Rajasthan’s Sawai Madhopur district, the BJP chief had termed Bangladeshi migrants as termites and said that they will be struck off the voters’ list. Also Read - Karnataka: Is BJP Planning to End Taluk Panchayat? Congress Questions State's Intention

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.

“Opposition leaders, however, 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.

Amit Shah is on a two-day visit to Madhya Pradesh and was addressing party workers at the Dussehra Maidan. While he was welcomed by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and other leaders, several people came out on to the streets protesting against the amendment to the SC/ST Act and raising slogans against the BJP chief.