Amit Shah Beating Congress Blue and Black in his Maiden Speech in Rajya Sabha

Since the day the Goods and Services Tax has been levied in India, the entire gamut of opposition parties seem to have rallied against the central government. The main opposition party, the Indian National Congress, have tried their level best to pull down the GST despite the fact that they had also once tried to implement the same though will all flaws.

Today, the entire country follows just one mode of taxation, that is, GST. The various state-formulated taxing schemes have ceased to be and the whole of India follows one uniform pattern of taxation. By implementing GST, India has joined a list of first-world nations who follows the similar uniform taxation pattern.

Yet, the opposition parties are not convinced. After all, they have to oppose everything that the center proposes. With this aim of opposing to GST, Congress President Rahul Gandhi described GST as Gabbar Singh Tax, which gets its nomenclature from the famous fictional dacoit Gabbar Singh of ‘Sholay’.


Although he lacks the definitive mettle that needs to be a politician, Rahul Gandhi did not think twice before laughing over such an important taxing scheme – not just important but revolutionary. Needless to say, he had to be snubbed. And this time, it was Amit Shah doing the needful.

In his maiden speech in Rajya Sabha, the Bharatiya Janta Party President literally ripped his Congress counterpart with his strong words laden with both matter and wit. Here’s presenting you three video snippets from the speech –

1. Think before you speak – naming a tax on Gabbar Singh just goes on to prove how disrespectful Congress is to the Indian Constitution.

2. After Lal Bahadut Shastri, it is Narendra Modi that all the countrymen listens to –

3. Under the BJP government, everyone will rise and shine – not just the rich and famous but the poor and honest people as well.

What do you think about Amit Shah’s maiden speech in Parliament? Don’t you think it simply thrashed the Congress in a witty yet rightful way? Please share your views with us in the comments section below.

By: Shah on Monday, February 5th, 2018