According to Amit Shah, anti-social elements earlier engaged in violence in Gujarat because the Congress supported them. However, after the perpetrators learned a lesson in 2002, they stopped engaging in such activities and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) established “permanent peace” in Gujarat.
As a result of the train burning incident at Godhra railway station in February 2002, parts of Gujarat witnessed large-scale violence.
“During the Congress rule in Gujarat (before 1995), communal riots were rampant,” Mr Amit Shah told a rally in Mahudha town of Kheda district in support of BJP candidates. It was Congress’s duty to incite people against each other from different communities and castes. Mr Shah claimed Gujarat experienced riots in 2002 because perpetrators became habitual of indulging in violence as a result of the prolonged support they received from the Congress, which strengthened Congress’ vote bank and injustice was committed to a large section of society.”
“However, these elements left that path (of violence) after they were taught a lesson in 2002. BJP has established permanent peace in Gujarat by taking strict action against those who used to engage in communal violence,” the union minister said. From 2002 till 2022, they refrained from engaging in violence.
Mr Shah thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for abrogating Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, alleging that the Congress opposed it due to its “vote bank”.
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