Bhilwara, Sep 18 : BJP workers raised slogans in front of president Amit Shah’s cavalcade in Rasjasthan’s industrial city Bhilwara, and demanded to start constructing the Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya.
Seeing massive crowd gathering infront of Amit Shah’s vehicle, securitymen with the help of policemen pushed the workers aside to clear the way for BJP President.
“Why the Ram Mandir was not discussed at a meeting with party workers when the strategy for the upcoming assembly elections in the state were discussed,” BJP workers said.
Solgans “to start the construction of Ram Mandir” were raised repeatedly by BJP workers, thus joining other pro-Hindutva leaders in raking up the contentious issue ahead of assembly polls in Rajasthan.
Amit Shah was in Rajasthan from Sep 16 to 18 to campaign for the state assembly elections and during which he addressed party workers and discussed strategy with them for the upcoming assembly elections in the state.
As political activities have increased in poll bound Rajasthan, BJP president Amit Shah asked party workers in poll-bound Rajasthan to think about ‘Bharat Mata’ and ‘Lotus’ when they campaign.
Addressing BJP workers at an event in industrial city Bhilwara, Shah asked them to work hard at booth level, saying elections cannot be won only through achievements of the government and it was an election of party workers rather than just of any minister or chief minister.
At the same time, the BJP chief asked workers to visit door-to-door to highlight the work done by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje .
Since July, this is Shah’s third visit to the state where assembly elections are scheduled to take place later this year.
At another event in Bhilwara, Shah celebrated Modi’s birthday with differently-abled children.