On the completion of one year of Narendra Modi’s NDA government on Tuesday, BJP president Amit Shah said that the party does not have the majority to implement its core issues like Ram Temple and Article 370.
The senior BJP leader said that the party requires 370 MPs, two-third majority, to implement them.
Speaking about the one-year tenure of the NDA government, he said that the government has brought the country out of policy paralysis.
“The government has come out of policy paralysis. If there is a problem, then the government proactively, if required, makes changes in policies,” he said while addressing media at the BJP headquarters in the national capital.
Shah added that after Narendra Modi became prime minister, he has restored the credibility of the PMO.
“The country did not have faith in the previous government. The trust deficit is over now. Now, the world is acknowledging and watching India’s progress.”
He said that the NDA government is a visible government and is more “proactive” than even the media. Whether there are floods in Jammu and Kashmir or earthquake in Nepal, the government is quick to respond, he added.
On the issue of tussle between the Delhi government and Centre, the party president added that the ‘so called’ clash between relates to interpretation of Constitution and the issue will be settled by courts.