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Amit Shah sets tone for Jharkhand election: Reservation commission for backwards, Ram temple at Ayodhya

RANCHI: BJP National president and Union home minister Amit Shah set the tone of BJPs poll campaigning in Jharkhand from Manika in Latehar on Thursday. He clearly indicated that Ram Temple at Ayodhya, reservation for Other Backward Castes and Congress bashing is going to be the cardinal aspects of partys campaign in the state that goes for the five phase polls from November 30.
Flanked by outgoing chief minister Raghubar Das and the two BJP candidates—Raghupal from Manika and Prakash Ram from Latehar seat, Shah announced to form a central commission for reservation to extend maximum benefits to the youth belonging to the backward castes.
“We formed the OBC commission to give due respect to the backward castes and now to extend benefits of reservation to the youth we are going to form a commission and dole out jobs. We look at it as an opportunity to ensure financial security for the youth of a particular class that remained backward during 70 years of congress rule,” he said.
Latehar is a SC reserved seat and Shah struck the chord immediately as the saffron party heavily relies on young voters. He carefully addressed the youngsters as mere jigar k tukde yuva mitra (my most beloved youngsters) while opening his remarks.
Shah made an effort to sense public response over the issue of Ram Temple in Ayodhya and before elaborating he asked the crowd—“Ram mandir banna chahiye ke nahi chahiye” (whether Ram Temple should be constructed or not) and to his happiness the crowd led by BJP workers roared into slogans of Jai Shree Ram.
Shah said “the Supreme Court has ruled that a temple as high as touching the sky should be built on Ramjanmbhoomi. This was a long pending issue and see it is because of Rams wish that Supreme Court gave its verdict,” he said, quickly adding “Modi ji is solving all pending problemsRead More – Source

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