The prime minister also interacted with party workers of five Lok Sabha constituencies and all 734 district presidents of the organisation through his "NaMo App".
"Shah had updates of each MLA's and MP's performance in their given organisational task".
"We are a party that believes in India's diversity, our unique culture and above all the strengths of 125 crore Indians", he said. "Prime Minister Narendra Modi ensured that Parliament functions smoothly, but the Opposition did not let that happen", he said.
Accrediting the BJP's journey from "Shunya" to "Shikhar", to the party workers' efforts, Prime Minister said, "It is our Karyakartas who have fulfilled Atal Ji's words- Andhera Chhatega, Suraj Niklega, Kamal Khilega".
"They can not digest that a poor mother's son and someone from a backward caste has become the PM, and that a party they called a "Baniya-Brahmin party" has made a Dalit leader the country's president".
Bharatiya Janata Party chief Amit Shah on Friday launched a scathing attack on the Opposition parties, likening them to "snakes", "mongoose", "dogs" and "cats". It is a strength of BJP that affects opponents. "The countdown for 2019 Lok Sabha elections has begun".
"Out of fear of the Modi wave, parties with different ideologies are joining hands to contest elections", Shah said.More news: You'll Never Believe Connecticut's Favorite Jersey Shore Cast Member
Last year, the BJP made a Dalit India's president when it got its first chance to elect a person of its choice for the top constitutional position.
Replying to another question, Shah said, " The BJP and our allies in the NDA will return to power with a thumping majority".
Reaching out to dalits, Shah asserted the BJP government will never abolish reservation system. Only a 'vatvriksha (banyan tree) survives and snakes, mongoose, dogs, cats and other animals climb to save themselves from the rising waters. "In Delhi, opposition parties have started an exercise to forge together some sort of front against BJP".
He claimed that witnessing the response of the BJP activists at the 38th Foundation Day rally on Friday, it is clear even the party workers are resigned to the BJP's ouster in 2019.
Modi has spoken about his vision of a "new India' that will provide all families a home and which will be without casteism and communalism".
Referring to the 1980 convention, Danve said a clarion call was then given for making Atal Bihari Vajpayee the next Prime Minister, which took some years to materialise.
Nearly three lakh BJP karyekartas or workers were present from all across Maharashtra at the event with the core team of party's Maharashtra unit including Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, State President Raosaheb Danwe, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, Railway Minister Piyush Goel along with other ministers and MLAs.