His invincible electoral strategy and ground-breaking social engineering gave BJP its historic mandate in the Hindi heartland.
Since his appointment as BJP president in 2014, Shah has been instrumental in leading the party to electoral victories in many states, particularly in the North-East.
Referred to as ‘Chanakya’ of modern-day politics for his organisational abilities, Shah brings with him a vast experience in the political arena.
Shah said Haryana got Rs 22,900 crore under the 13th Finance Commission when the Congress-led UPA was in power at the Centre and got over Rs 1.17 lakh crore under 15th Finance Commission when the BJP-led NDA government was at the Centre.
During his address, the BJP president had accused Congress of "speaking the language of Pakistan" on issues such as the repeal of Article 370 and said the entire country was happy over its abrogation.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah presided over as Chief Guest on the 35th Raising Day Ceremony of National Security Guard (NSG).
Home Minister at NSG Foundation Day celebrations: Terrorism is a bane for any society. Our country has suffered the plight of terrorism more than any other country in world. We're committed to zero-tolerance policy on terrorism. Today, I'm assured of our security because of NSG
Disgruntled Nirupam called party leader Milind Deora 'Nikamma' (useless) and downplayed speculation over his absence at Rahul's rally in Maharashtra.
The BJP is contesting 164 seats while the Shiv Sena has fielded 124 candidates. As many as 14 candidates of smaller parties are contesting the assembly polls on the BJP's lotus symbol.
DSGMC President and Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) spokesperson Manjinder Singh Sirsa took to Twitter to thank the mammoth gathering for attending the event.