Without taking any names, he said the party had no right to level such allegations when "the son-in-law of its family had taken away thousands of hectares of land belonging to farmers", a veiled reference to the issue of land deals of Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress chief Sonia Gandhi.

"Not a inch of land will go to the corporates" to give any undue benefit, Shah told a meeting of BJP activists here.

The BJP chief assured the party workers that the Modi government would not do anything that would make them "bow their heads", instead they will be able to walk with their head held high.

Asserting that the Modi government would see to it that development reached the last person, he cited the Land Acquisition Bill would help farmers prosper, open doors for employment, bring electricity and irrigation facilities to their land and increase farm produce.

Describing the opposition as "direction-less", Shah accused that the Congress' attempt to "misguide" the people on land bill issue would fail.

"They (Congress) got only 44 seats (in the general elections), finished fourth in the state Assembly election and scored zero in the Delhi Assembly elections," he added.

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