Rajura: Responding to Congress' demand to give account of the work done by the Narendra Modi government so far, the BJP on Thursday said it will do so in the next elections.
"Soniaji, people have given us power for 60 months. When we go to the people in the next elections, we will come prepared with account of our months in office," BJP president Amit Shah today said at a poll rally in Yavatmal district of Maharashtra.
"We want to fight against corruption, but they (Congress and others) want to fight against Narendra Modi," Shah said.
Criticising the 15-year-old regime of Congress and NCP in poll-bound Maharashtra, the BJP chief said, "Both these parties have lowered the prestige of Maharashtra."
Shah also took on NCP chief Sharad Pawar and the Congress president for questioning the Modi government's response to ceasefire violation by Pakistan.
"We are told that there is no difference in the situation on the border now and when Congress government was in power. Soniaji, you are wearing 'videshi' (foreign) spectacles. I will tell you what the difference is," Shah said.
"Earlier, Pakistan used to start and finish the firing. However, now, Pakistan starts firing but it is the Indian Army which finishes it," Shah said.