Court summons Amit Shah in 2002 riot case to defend convict

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"People thought Bengal will once again become a developed state, but I want to ask what has happened seven years later", Shah asked those attending the meeting organised by the party.

"We do not believe in the politics of appeasement which is votebank politics". How many people died in that incident? This also meant that the BJP does not have faith in democracy, he said.

The biggest achievement of the Modi government, however, is that it changed the scale of India's thinking and even its biggest critic can not level any corruption charge against it, Shah said.

Mr Shah, who is on a three day tour to Bengal, said sky is the limit for BJP and claimed that the party can think it has touched the sky once it succeeds in forming the government in Kolkata. "But BJP in the State [Haryana] and the Centre failed to control the violence, while targeting us for violence", he added.

"Amit Shahji told us that instead of complaining of attack against our party workers by TMC, we should put up a counter resistance through a mass movement against their (TMC) misrule". Sources said that it is now up to Shah whether to depose in her defence or not.

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Accusing the West Bengal government of misusing the funds provided by the Central government, BJP President Amit Shah on Tuesday demanded an answer from Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on where all the money went.

"Today, I met the family members of the victims of political violence in Bengal in the last six months". Is this Swami Vivekananda's Bengal? "No one has the freedom to play a part in any political party other than the TMC".

This kind of violence was perhaps not seen anywhere else, Shah said.

But Shah did not utter a single word on the multi billion rupee Saradha chit fund scam and the Narada sting footage, despite several Trinamool leaders being under the CBI scanner on both the graft cases. "Like CPI-M used to say that it is being run from Alimuddin Street (that houses their state party headquarters), BJP is running from Amit Shah's pockets".

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