• Amit Shah says that BJP's return showed Assam refused 'Andolan' and 'Atankwad'

    Amit Shah says that BJP's return showed Assam refused 'Andolan' and 'Atankwad'

    Guwahati: On Sunday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah stated that the victory of the BJP government in Assam has refused 'Andolan (protest) and 'Atankwad' ( terrorism ). He has additionally mentioned that the people of the state had "chosen development."

    "Thousands of youths of Assam have lost their lives agitating, but Assam got nothing. My analysis of our party forming the government for the second term is that Assam has given a mandate against Andolan (agitation) and Atankwad (terrorism) and chose the path of development," Mr. Shah spoke in Guwahati on Sunday at a public appearance on his visit to Northeast.

    Shah has agreed that by 2024, before the completion of the second term of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government at the core, all the conditions of the Bodoland Accord that were approved in January last year will be fulfilled.

    He additionally announced that the reconciliation means with militants in Karbi Anglong of the southern hills of Assam is likewise concerning to bring to an end.

    The saffron party gained a descent triumph even though its associate BPF entered the Congress that had partnered with at most trivial 10 other parties including Badruddin Ajmal's AIUDF. 

    Numerous regional outlay generated out of the campaign against the center's controversial citizenship was further in the competition.

    Mr. Shah stated, "Assam witnessed the birth of several new parties ahead of elections this year, and they have also tried hard to prove themselves to the voters. But the people of Assam remained with the BJP."