Ex-Congress leader Narayan Rane meets Amit Shah

Ex-Congress leader Narayan Rane meets Amit Shah

Ex-Congress leader Narayan Rane meets Amit Shah

Former Maharashtra chief minister Narayan Rane, who has quit the Congress, met Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah in Delhi on Monday amid speculations that he was keen on joining the BJP.

According to sources, Mr. Shah will review the progress of various organisational programmes suggested by him during his last visit to the State in August.

While addressing a press conference, BJP leader and union minister Piyush Goel said the government is relentlessly working in the interests of the poor.

Speaking on the meeting, Jaitley said: "13 CMs, 6 Deputy CMs, 232 state min, 1500 MLA, 334 MPs were present in BJP National Executive Meeting". "Look at the huge corruption while the Congress was in power", Shah said at the party's national executive meet in Delhi.

He said the PM aimed at taking BJP party beyond elections. The national executive on Monday thanked the Prime Minister and finance minister Arun Jaitley for accomplishing two "great achievements" of demonetisation and implementing GST.

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The BJP has already started preparing for the 2019 electoral battle. "We should take BJP beyond elections and make it a instrument of mass participation to improve quality of life of the people".

On the completion of BJP's 40 months in office on Tuesday, Tewari said the essence of this period can be "summed up in one sentence: that the NDA-BJP government under PM Narendra Modi does not know how to govern this country".

"UPA didn't take a single step against black money and corruption; obvious their leaders will be uneasy over our measures against it", he said. "Look at the huge corruption while the Congress was in power", Mr Shah said, referring to the many swindles in sectors ranging from coal to telecom that erupted with the collusion of government officials when the previous Congress-led government was in power.

He reiterated that Ram Nath Kovind could become President, M Venkaiah Naidu Vice President and Modi Prime Minister due to their work and not because of family connections. "Harsh language can't be a substitute for any substantive charge", Modi had said at the meet, FM revealed.

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