Mumbai: BJP President Amit Shah on Monday said that the party should walk with the contribution of its workers, not the “donations of money bags, builders, contractors and people with money”.
While addressing a party program to mark his ideological guide Deen Dayal Upadhyay’s 51st death anniversary, Shah said that BJP should take the responsibility to guide other parties. He said that two workers from every booth of the country should contribute Rs.1000 through the NaMo app.
“BJP workers should say with pride that we run this party from our money and no industrialist, contractor, money bag or builder can run it,” Shah said.
He said that the Modi government has taken steps to curb the effect of black money in politics by limiting cash donations to Rs 2,000.
He said that the law against corruption has been so stringent that those who break it will be caught and those who were involved in this scam are sweating even in the winter of Delhi.
He also added that fugitive businessmen Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi had escaped the country because the Modi government started putting accused like them behind bars.
(With PTI Inputs)