“The BJP party’s goal is to make the country Naxal-free before the 2024 elections,” says Amit Shah

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Naxalite violence in Chhattisgarh’s Korba has decreased over the last decade, and efforts are being made to rid the country of the Naxal menace before the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Saturday at a rally at Indira Stadium in Korba, Chhattisgarh, where the state was affected by Maoist violence.

Looking at the response from the crowd at the rally, Amit Shah informed the people to vote for the BJP and not for the Congress party. If everyone votes for the BJP, Narendra Modi will be Prime Minister again in 2024, and he also blamed the Baghel government for rising crime and corruption. When the Congress was in power at the centre, the number of Naxalites incidents fell from 2,258 in 2009 to 509 in 2021.According to him, the Modiji government not only ensured that youth in Naxalite-affected areas who used to pick up weapons received access to education and employment, but it also worked to eliminate those who wielded weapons.

The BJP government’s efforts are to make the country free of Naxalism before the parliamentary elections. Looking at the Congress government, I wanted to ask Bhupesh Baghel, the chief minister of Chhattisgarh, what he will tell the people if they ask him what he has worked on in the five years he has been in power. Simultaneously, it has increased crime rates, cut down trees, reduced tree counts, and harmed the country’s tribals. Shah also alleged corruption in the management of the District Mineral Foundation (DMF) funds under the Bengal government. The Modi government started the DMF for the development and welfare of the people. Chhattisgarh received Rs. 9,243 crores by way of DMF; what initiatives has the government taken so far? informed by the Union Minister. The BJP will work for the betterment of the country if it is supported by principles aligned with Narendra Modi’s government

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