In a recent statement, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Union Home Minister Amit Shah have called for at least 30 years of BJP rule across all levels of government in India in order to realize the country’s potential as a ‘Vishwaguru‘ or world leader.
Shah made the remarks during a speech at a BJP rally, where the party is currently engaged in a high-profile election campaign. He argued that the BJP’s vision for India was based on a long-term strategy and that it would take several decades of consistent governance to achieve the country’s full potential.
“India has the potential to become a Vishwaguru, a world leader, in the 21st century,” Shah said. “But in order to realize this vision, we need to ensure that the BJP is in power for at least 30 years, from the Panchayat level to the Parliament level.”
Shah went on to outline the party’s achievements in recent years, including the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and the construction of the Sardar Patel statue in Gujarat, as evidence of its commitment to development and progress.
He also criticized opposition parties for their lack of vision and commitment to the welfare of the Indian people.
“Opposition parties have no vision, no plan, and no agenda for the future of this country,” Shah said. “They are only interested in power for its own sake, and they will do anything to undermine the BJP’s efforts to serve the people of India.”
The party has been campaigning aggressively in the states of India, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other senior leaders making multiple visits to the region in recent weeks.
Whether the BJP will be able to maintain its momentum and achieve its long-term vision for India remains to be seen, but Shah’s call for 30 years of uninterrupted BJP rule is sure to spark further debate and discussion in the coming months and years.