Shah wants to make BJP “invincible for the next 25 years”


New Delhi: Amit Shah had asked the BJP workers to put up an all-out fight in the upcoming Delhi polls to ensure grand victory for the party. He has also asked them to create a stature that would make it “invincible for the next 25 years”.

In an address to BJP’s booth in-charges in West Delhi, Shah said the party must win the polls to continue its “victory march” after its win in Jharkhand, Maharashtra and Haryana, and impressive performance in the Jammu and Kashmir assembly polls.

“There are several crucial reasons to win Delhi elections because there is Narendra Modi’s leadership. We have a big organisation and the trust of the people the BJP-led government has received in the last seven months,” he said.

“We do not want to see this victory in terms of just elections. This election will make the party strong so that nobody can defeat us in the next 25 years,” Shah said, addressing the meeting at Pushp Vihar.

However, another meeting of Shah in South Delhi’s Saket area was cancelled as permission for it was not given by the district administration.