He targeted the opposition party at a series of public meetings in poll-bound Rajasthan, where he also talked tough on illegal migration from Bangladesh.
Shah referred to a reported incident in Bikaner where Congress workers chanting Bharat mata ki jai' were interrupted by 'Sonia Gandhi ki jai' slogans.
They are ashamed of chanting slogans for the country. It is a matter of shame for the Congress, he said.
On illegal migration, Shah said, During the 10 years of the previous Congress government's rule at the Centre, there was no control on infiltration.
He highlighted the surgical strike conducted by the Army in Pakistan-held territory across the Line of Control.
Shah said the BJP governments at the Centre and in Rajasthan had implemented welfare schemes covering all sections of society.
He alleged it is in the character of the Congress to spread the poison of caste and religion-based politics while the BJP's motto is 'Sabka saath, sabka Vikas' (inclusive development).
Congress is daydreaming about coming back to power, he said, asking the party to look at its performance in elections since the BJP came to power at the Centre.
Assembly elections will be held in Rajasthan on December 7.
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