Amit Shah sounds Gujarat poll bugle from Sardar Patel’s native place
Ahmedabad: BJP chief Amit Shah on Sunday attacked Rahul Gandhi for questioning the Gujarat development model.
Shah accused the Congress of meting out injustice to the state as he virtually launched the campaign for the crucial assembly polls from Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s native place.
Addressing the gathering, Amit Shah said that in the upcoming Assembly election, the people of the state will make fun of those who “mock Gujarat’s development”.
“The BJP today launches Gujarat Gaurav Yatra from the same land of Sardar Patel from where he raised the voice of the farmers and started the work to unify the country,” he said.
Shah paid tributes to Patel at his ancestral home in Karamsad along with Chief Minister Vijay Rupani before launching the ‘Gujarat Gaurav Yatra’ (march for honour) to highlight the state’s achievements during the two decades of BJP rule.