Trains delayed, traffic hit as BJP workers throng Mumbai


"Calling the entire opposition animals.see according to Amit Shah and the basic vision of the BJP-RSS, there are only two non-animals in this country. Parties whose ideologies don't even match are coming together to put up a front, fearing Modi", Shah said.

"The countdown for 2019 (polls) has begun".

"The coming days are important, attempts are being made to spread misinformation about our party among Dalits, tribals, OBCs". And all the animals, be it the cats, snakes, mongoose, dog, cheetah and the lion, all take refuge on that tree to save themselves from getting washed away. "And even if you want to end the reservation, BJP will never allow it", Shah said, the Mumbai Mirror reported. "Similar language was used by UP CM Adityanath before the Lok Sabha by-elections in Phulpur and Gorakhpur for which people gave them a befitting reply", she said. The leaders from Communist Party of India and Trinamool Congress hit out at Shah for his remarks and said that one does not expect this from the president of the ruling party. The people of the country are questioning you on four generations of rule.

Multiple issues, including the recent Dalit agitation, have pushed the BJP on to the back foot, and both leaders sought to underscore that the party stood for the poor and the marginalised, recounting the various schemes that the government runs for the poor.

Attacking the BJP government at the centre, the former Rajasthan Chief Minister said: "They have appointed an RSS man as OSD in every department".

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He reiterated that BJP will never tinker with the reservation policy in the country.

There was chaos inside the air-conditioned local yesterday when a number of political party activists barged inside the 10.33 am Churchgate-bound train with banners and flags on their way to attend the rally of BJP president Amit Shah.

The BJP chief, during his speech, repeatedly told party workers to start a door-to-door campaign "not on the basis of slogans and empty promises, but on the basis of governance". In 10 days, Modi made a decision to send our jawans into Pakistan for a surgical strike.

Shah, who was welcomed by means of a huge bike rally organised by Mumbai's youth, went to the BKC and held a meeting with core committee members of the BJP state unit.

Speaking at the rally, Mumbai BJP president Ashish Shelar apologised to the Mumbaikars for the "hardships" caused because of heavy traffic snarls due to the motorcycle rally to welcome Shah in Mumbai yesterday and today.