Amit Shah has lunch with Dalit family to mark end of three-day Rajasthan tour [Photos]

After rounds of meeting in the party office, Shah left for Sushilpura where he had lunch at the house of BJP Yuva Morcha member Ramesh Pacharia amid tight security arrangements

FP Staff July 23, 2017 19:01:33 IST
BJP president Amit Shah had lunch with a Dalit family on the last day of his three-day visit to Rajasthan. After rounds of meetings in the party office, Shah left for Sushilpura, where he had lunch at the house of BJP Yuva Morcha member Ramesh Pacharia amid tight security arrangements. PTI
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BJP president Amit Shah had lunch with a Dalit family on the last day of his three-day visit to Rajasthan. After rounds of meetings in the party office, Shah left for Sushilpura, where he had lunch at the house of BJP Yuva Morcha member Ramesh Pacharia amid tight security arrangements. PTI
Shah, accompanied by Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje, party's state president Ashok Parnami, MP Bhupendra Yadav and others, was given a warm, traditionally Rajasthani welcome. Twitter/@AmitShah
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Shah, accompanied by Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje, party's state president Ashok Parnami, MP Bhupendra Yadav and others, was given a warm, traditionally Rajasthani welcome. Twitter/@AmitShah
They were served food by Pacharia's family and had lunch sitting on the ground. "My mother cooked dal, rice, chapati, halwa, kheer for the party president," Pacharia told reporters. PTI
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They were served food by Pacharia's family and had lunch sitting on the ground. "My mother cooked dal, rice, chapati, halwa, kheer for the party president," Pacharia told reporters. PTI
Social justice minister Arun Chaturvedi said the party selected booth level worker Pacharia based on his active work for the party and not due to his caste or class. PTI
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Social justice minister Arun Chaturvedi said the party selected booth level worker Pacharia based on his active work for the party and not due to his caste or class. PTI
The minister said that it is the media, not the party, which sees the caste and Dalit factor. "For us, his work is considerable, and we see it as the party's national president going to the house of a booth level work to have lunch," he added. In this picture, Shah converses with state core committee members at a meeting in Jaipur. Twitter/@AmitShah
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The minister said that it is the media, not the party, which sees the caste and Dalit factor. "For us, his work is considerable, and we see it as the party's national president going to the house of a booth level work to have lunch," he added. In this picture, Shah converses with state core committee members at a meeting in Jaipur. Twitter/@AmitShah
Shah undertook a three-day visit to Rajasthan to meet party MPs, MLAs and other office-bearers from across the state to chalk out a strategy for BJP's 'Mission 180', to retain power in the desert state, which will have Assembly elections next year. Twitter/@AmitShah
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Shah undertook a three-day visit to Rajasthan to meet party MPs, MLAs and other office-bearers from across the state to chalk out a strategy for BJP's 'Mission 180', to retain power in the desert state, which will have Assembly elections next year. Twitter/@AmitShah