Amit Shah's bike rally stirs controversy

The BJP president Amit Shah’s over action in Haryana drew huge flak. His ‘Yuva Hunkar Rally’ which became sensational also stirred a controversy.
Amit Shah is seen to be kicking off with today’s youth rally, his party’s campaign for the Haryana assembly elections next year and the national election amid speculation that the BJP-led government could call it sooner than mid-2019 when it is due.

Jind is considered to be very crucial for Haryana politics and the BJP is taking all measures to consolidate its hold in the state, which it won for the first time on its own in assembly elections in 2014.
In preparation for today’s rally, not only did Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar ride a brand new Bullet to the venue to inspect arrangements yesterday, he has also persuaded leaders of Haryana’s powerful Jat community to call off an agitation. But opposition parties the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) and the Congress have said they will hold protests.
But, The National Green Tribunal (NGT) is worried that over a lakh motorcycles plying on the road would drastically increase the pollution levels. However, they escaped saying all the motorcycles Pollution Under Control (PUC) verified.