By – Prakarsh Kastwar

Lok Sabha elections: Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the BJP’s commitments have not changed.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah rejected on Friday that the government planned to change the Constitution, saying that the BJP had not abused its parliamentary majority.

Amit Shah said, “f we had to change the Constitution, we could have done so earlier.”

“We have not abused the majority that we have had for eleven years. “The Congress, not ours, has a habit of misusing the majority,” he said.

Regarding the opposition’s allegations that the Bharatiya Janata Party will repeal the reservation policy if it returns to power at the Centre, Shah underlined that the Narendra Modi government will never touch it or allow anyone else to do so.

“We will never touch the policy of reservation or let anyone else do it,” he assured the audience. Shah also criticized the Congress party over former Chhattisgarh chief minister Bhupesh Baghel’s statement in the months that followed of a big anti-Maoist operation in the Bastar region.

A day after 29 Maoists were murdered in an encounter with security personnel in Kanker district, Baghel stated that “fake encounters” have increased under BJP administration, leaving the tribal people “worried and scared.” Deepak Baij, the chief of the Chhattisgarh state Congress, repeated the allegations, saying the administration should make it plain that all 29 were Maoists.

“Bhupesh Baghel is a former Chief Minister of the state, and he says after diligent research. We can’t deny that he received some information from his sources. Since the BJP administration took office, there have been multiple incidences in which villagers have been killed in the name of anti-Naxal operations.

Amit Shah strongly criticized the remarks, saying that anti-Maoist operations suffered during the Congress government. He added that his government would make every effort to destroy Naxalism in the country.

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