In a message posted in Gujarati language on Twitter, he said, "Today is the second and final phase of voting, and the BJP has fulfilled the trust of the people since last two decades through its world-class developmental works."
The Congress's complaint came soon after the EC issued a show cause notice to Rahul Gandhi for prima facie violating the model code by giving interviews to Gujarati TV channels, and asked him to reply by December 18, failing which it will decide the matter without any reference to him.
In a statement on the eve of the second and last phase of the Gujarat assembly polls, he claimed that the state suffered a lot of discrimination and injustice under the UPA government but is now developing fast, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the helm in the Centre.
With Nitish Kumar's JD(U) joining the NDA, its members will move from the opposition to the treasury benches.
The BJP bagged 14 of the 16 mayoral seats in Uttar Pradesh today
The saffron party is set to project the growth figure in the Gujarat poll campaign as an evidence of a strong economy under Modi at a time when the Congress has sought to use the Goods and Services Tax (GST) glitches and demonetisation as a plank against it.
"Intellectuals are being killed and now even judges are being killed," he alleged, claiming that these issues were not getting adequate attention in the media as 'dhantantra' (money power) was getting the better of 'jantantra' (people's power).
Shah also took a jibe at Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, saying his visits to Gujarat had increased as he thought the state was a "tourist spot".
Shah, who was in Bhavnagar to accompany state BJP Chief Jitu Vaghani as the latter filed his nomination papers for the upcoming Assembly Elections, claimed that the battle would be fought between BJP’s 'Vikaswaad' (politics of development) and 'Jatiwaad' (politics of caste).
"With every step and effort of the Modi Government, we see the reflection of a strong and decisive leadership. I applaud Prime Minister Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for this huge diplomatic win," he tweeted.
According to a survey conducted by the American think tank, more than eight-in-10 Indians say economic conditions are ‘good’ in the country despite Modi’s decision to abolish high-value bank notes last November.
“What went unnoticed that day was that Shah drove an hour west after that to the town of Vyara in Tapi district. Here, he addressed thousands of BJP workers, most of whom were from Scheduled Tribes. This was significant because it is a shift in Gujarat politics. The BJP now wants to pull tribals away from the Congress,” said tribal activist Romel Sutariya.
“Rozgaar (employment) aur naukri (jobs) do bohot alag cheezein hain,” Shah said during Network18's 'Agenda Gujarat' event. Elaborating on this point, the BJP party president said that thinking that all Indians would someday get jobs was not a practical thought.
Gujarat will head to polls in two phases on December 9 and December 14. The vote counting will happen alongside Himachal Pradesh on December 18.
Rahul Gandhi is a "manufacturer of tragedy". The Congress has become "incorrect news Congress" and the "biggest source of false news", the BJP chief said.
The BJP chief later interacted with party workers of Junagadh and guided them on how to go about electioneering and campaigning for the December polls.
Shah, who has been camping in Gujarat since yesterday to strategise for the upcoming polls, held meetings with the BJP workers of Valsad, Navsari and Dang districts at the Tata Hall in Navsari town of south Gujarat in the morning.
The BJP president claimed that the condition of farmers has improved under the BJP rule and 25 lakh youths in Gujarat have got jobs under the Centre's MUDRA scheme.
According to a BJP statement, more than one lakh party workers riding motorbikes are expected to attend a rally to be addressed by Shah.
Shah said that the results demonstrate Modi's "laser focus" on improving lives of citizens and implementation of various reforms.
Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate (ACJM) Sunil Kumar has fixed the date of November 4 for the hearing of the case.
Amit Shah will be in the state for two days during which he will address four rallies and also hold a number of party meetings, including the state party's core group, a party leader said.
In a tweet, Shah said the "courageous" decision will not only give impetus to businesses but also provide job opportunities to the youth.
The 'yatra', to mark the launch of the BJP's electoral campaign for next year's Assembly polls, would criss-cross the state, covering all the 224 Assembly segments, BJP national general secretary and Karnataka affairs in-charge Muralidhar Rao told reporters here.
The information and broadcasting minister also said the Congress leader's attempts would not help his party win the Gujarat Assembly polls and wished Rahul Gandhi on the occasion of the Gujarati New Year.