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Go all out to win all Lok Sabha seats in Chhattisgarh: Shah
Raipur: Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah has called upon the party workers in Chhattisgarh to come out of the shock of assembly poll debacle and go all out for Lok Sabha elections to win all 11 seats in the state. Addressing the conference of booth presidents from four Lok Sabha constituencies here Shah told party workers ''You need not get disappointed and lose confidence due to recently assembly election defeat.

You should reach out to the people with list of development works of previous Raman Government and works of Modi government. People are waiting for you to come...? Addressing 27th conference of booth presidents Shah said that return of BJP government to power under leadership of Narendra Modi at the Centre was certain. Despite loss of power in Chhattisgarh party workers must work enthusiastically within 2 months and ensure party''s victory on all Lok Sabha seats to show that they have the capability of scaling new heights, she said, maintaining that they have to pull out all stops and work very hard. Highlighting works and achievements of Modi government at the Centre and previous Raman Government in the state, Shah targeted Bhupesh Government of state.

He said that people got to know the difference between Raman Government and the Government of chit-fund within two months only. He alleged that Bhupesh Government started preparing for scams as evident from its decision to debar CBI from investigating in the state. Shah said that Raman Government never closed door for CBI even when UPA was at the Centre for 10 years. He said that Chief Minister should give reply to people for this decision. He described the decision to prevent CBI from investigating in the state as the preparation to commit irregularities.

He also slammed state government for its attitude towards Central Government''s Ayushman Yojana. Charging the Bhupesh Government from backtracking from its election promises, he asked ''What about promise for complete farm loan waiver? What about promise of banning liquor?'' When women asked about liquor ban they were told that it is not so easy, Shah said. Congress government promised of halving electricity bill, but now it is talking of only 400 units, he said.

Criticising the state government for renaming schemes which were being run after the name of Pt Deendayal Upadhyay, he said that it was unacceptable. Shah said that BJP governments never renamed schemes being run after names of Nehru-Gandhi. Blaming Congress for growing Naxalism, he said that Naxalites had grown in West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh when they were ruled by Congress. Naxalism was eliminated in these states only when Congress was out of power, he said, adding that Raman Governmnt had curbed Naxalism in Chhattisgarh also.

He asked Congress about its relation with Naxalism saying that Naxalism grows when Congress comes to power. This was the last conference of booth workers of BJP, held in 20 states. BJP national vice president and former chief minister Dr Raman Singh, BJP state president Dharamlal Kaushik too addressed the gathering. Shah also attended party''s state core committee meeting. Apart from members of the committee, party''s national general secretary (organisation) Ram Lal too attended the meeting.

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