Speaking at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) two-day extended National Executive Meet which is being held at the Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi, party president Amit Shah emphasised on a range of issues, policies the BJP-led government brought since it came to power. Amit Shah addressed party workers, MPs, MLCs and stressed upon initiatives taken by PM Modi government to curb black money, corruption, terrorism.

Dwelling on a number of steps the government has taken to get rid of black money and its eradication, Amit Shah spoke about how demonetisation sent a message that this government will deal sternly with black money.

Speaking about one of biggest economic reforms the country witnessed after the independence, the Goods and Services Tax (GST), Amit Shah said it has sent a message that all the businesses now will have to be honest. “A message has also gone to the world that the present government is one which will won’t tolerate corruption,” Amit Shah added.

BJP President Amit Shah also congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister and Ministry of External Affairs for making this a government which has taken maximum and strong steps to curb terrorism and naxalism.

“Terrorists are running scared,” Amit Shah said.

Amit Shah also mentioned about Sushma Swaraj and her recent expose of Pakistan at the United Nation General Assembly (UNGA) where the External Affairs Minister said that India produced institutions like IITs, IIMs while Pakistan have nurtured and harboured terror organisations like JeM, LeT, Hizbul Mujahideen and others.

However, getting an instant reaction from former Union Minister and Congress leader Manish Tewari, who couldn’t wait to hit out at the BJP-led government said, “Amit shah’s desperation is reflecting in his statement. This government has failed on all fronts, be it the Foreign Policy or economy.”

The government didn’t fulfill any promise that it make. In 40 months they have proved that they don’t know how to govern and in the pending 20 months, they are only trying to polarise, Manish Tewari added.