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Amit Shah Profile and Work Review

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Amit Shah profile and Work Review
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Amit Shah President of India’s largest Political party BJP and a strong man of Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi. Amit Bhai Shah was born in a philanthropist family, At the small age of 14 he Joined RSS ( Rastra Swayam Sevak Sangh ) and started his political journey from their. As a student he took the position of sec. in student wing of RSS and BJP ( ABVP ).  Shri Amit Shah went on to hold many crucial posts to rise up in the ranks of the Gujarat unit of BJP. He became the national treasurer of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (B.J.YM.) in 1997 and later the Vice President of the Gujarat State unit of the BJP.

1As a MLA :-

Mr. Shah has won 5 consecutive assembly election in polls, which is a amazing record in itself, he was handling Major key portfolio including Home, Education, PWD and finance in Gujrat cabinet  under Narendra Modi’s CM leadership. In a Narendra Modi success as a Chief minister Mr. Amit Shah played a very crucial role.

22014 General election became the King Maker :-

In 2014 general election Mr. Amit Shah got the important task of capturing Uttar Pradesh, the largest constituency in India.Within a short span of time, Shri. Shah turnaround the electoral fortunes of the BJP in UP and delivered a spectacular result, in which the BJP and it ally won 73 out of 80 Lok Sabha seats. The vote share of BJP party increased multiple times in time span of mere 2 years.

3Bihar and Delhi failure :-

Though Mr. Shah is carrying the image of Chanakya of Indian politics, he lost two important battle, one in Delhi from Kejriwal’s AAP party, where BJP has got only 3 seat out of 70 assembly seat and one in Bihar, where Lalu Prashad and Nitish Kumar Joined hands to defeat BJP and they did it.

4Conclusion :-

Amit shah is a Master strategist of BJP. but lacks the ability of taking everyone along. Shah’s stranth is, he is result oriented only rely on those, who can produce results in election.