Manipur's territorial integrity will not be compromised: Shah
"Not a single inch of Manipur will be given to any other state," Shah told a huge public meeting in Imphal.
Imphal: BJP will not allow Manipur's territorial integrity to be compromised, BJP president Amit Shah said.
"Not a single inch of Manipur will be given to any other state," Shah told a huge public meeting here yesterday, virtually kick starting the party's campaign for the Assembly election in the state likely to be held early next year.
Shah told the gathering it was time the Congress government in the state was changed and exuded confidence that BJP would get two-thirds majority in the Assembly after the election.
Stating that Northeast will be the "engine of development", Shah asked Manipur Chief Minister O Ibobi Singh to elaborate on how his government utilised Rs 5,000 crore given by the Centre for the state's development.
Shah was accompanied by BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar, Prahlad Patel, Assam's finance minister and Northeast Democratic Alliance convenor Hemanta Bishwa Sharma among others in his two-day visit to the state.