BJP President Amit Shah on Monday advocated cleanliness of the donations received by the party during the elections, saying that the party was not with the funds of 'money changers, builders, contractors and black money holders', but their workers Should contribute with the contribution of While addressing a party program organized by the party's ideological guide Deen Dayal Upadhyay on its 51st death anniversary, the BJP said that the BJP should have the responsibility to lead other parties on the path of honesty. Two workers of every polling station in the country should contribute Rs.1000 through Namo App.
Shah said, "BJP workers should proudly say that we run this party with our own money and no industrialist, contractor, wealthy or builder can run it." He however said that, as party president, he can not say that the BJP can bear all its organizational and election expenses with the contribution of its workers. 'It is not possible today.'
Shah said, "If the instrument is not valid, then our goals can not be achieved properly. If the party has to keep clean ... If the party begins to run with money from builders, builders, contractors and black money, then our image will be tarnished and we will not be able to achieve the goal. "
He said that there should be a public discussion on how to reduce the election expenses and how the funds for election can be made clean and tidy. He expressed confidence that such a process would begin in the leadership of the BJP. Shah said that the Modi government has taken steps to reduce the effect of black money in politics by limiting the cash amount to Rs 2,000.
He said that the laws against corruption have been so stringent that the breakers will be caught. He said that those involved in the scandals are also sweating in the winter of Delhi. Shah claimed that fugitive businessmen Vijay Mallya and Neerav Modi fled the country because the Modi government started putting the accused like them behind the bars.