Shah met the dignitaries as a part of the party ‘Sampark Abhiyan’.
MUMBAI: A day after Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah met industrialist Ratan Tata and actor Madhuri Dixit Nene, Mumbai Congress president Sanjay Nirupam on Thursday wrote letters to them, asking them to distance themselves from the BJP’s ‘false campaign’. Mr Shah met the dignitaries as a part of the party ‘Sampark Abhiyan’.
Mr Nirupam said in a letter to Mr Tata, “I beseech you to understand the truth and not fall for the lies of Amit Shah. I am sending a booklet to you, which clearly identifies and explains that the BJP has not been able to do anything for the people of this country in the past four years. Mr Tata, you have always supported secular forces all your life and clearly the BJP has spoiled the secular fabric of our country”.
Speaking about the rising unemployment and corruption in the country, Mr Nirupam said, “In the past four years, the BJP government has failed on all fronts whether it be on economic parameters, social harmony or international relations.”
Mr Nirupam has also written another letter to Ms Dixit Nene saying, “As an artist, you can understand how different forces work together in the creative space as well and this has clearly suffered during the BJP rule. We should work together to stop these forces from gaining ground”.