At the BJP national executive meet on Monday, Congress vice-president, Rahul Gandhi, remained the core of BJP president Amit Shah’s inaugural address.He questioned Gandhi’s attempt to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi and slammed his comments on dynasty politics during his recent trip to the US.
Union minister, Piyush Goyal, who briefed the media on Shah’s address, said the latter has announced BJP plans to go aggressive against “violent politics” in Left-ruled Kerala. The party will hold a campaign from 3-17 October, during which all the top leaders of BJP will visit the state to take part in it
According to Goyal, Shah attacked Gandhi and gave “a befitting reply with facts” on his criticism of PM Modi and his development.
On Gandhi’s dynasty politics remarks, Shah said in the BJP it was always “good governance and politics of performance” that help its leaders to go up. Taking on Gandhi for “appeasement politics” Shah said, according to Goyal: “BJP rejects appeasement politics and dynasty politics.”
“Rahul Gandhi’s leadership is of our interest. The longer Rahul Gandhi practices his politics it’s better for BJP”, Goyal said, when asked why BJP leaders kept taking up Gandhi’s comments.