New Delhi: BJP national president J P Nadda has written an open letter to the countrymen, urging the people to think ahead and prepare a plan for India in 2047. He appealed to the countrymen to plan for what the country will be like when we complete 100 years of independence in 2047. Nadda demanded the active contribution of the youth of the country in the process of nation-building and said that the youth of the country want opportunities and not obstacles.
In his letter, Nadda also appealed to the opposition to adopt the politics of development. He accused the opposition of directly attacking the spirit of the nation and for attacking the hardworking citizens. The BJP chief further said that the opposition parties have always done vote bank, divisive and selective politics, which is no longer working. He said that PM Narendra Modi's emphasis was on Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas and Sabka's effort, which has seen Indians grow stronger and has given them wings to move forward.
Attacking the Congress, Nadda wrote, "In 1966, the Indira Gandhi government opened fire on sadhus marching towards Parliament House demanding a ban on cow slaughter. In 84, Rajiv Gandhi said during the massacre that took place after Indira's death that when a big tree falls, the earth shakes. The Gujarat, Moradabad, Bhiwandi, Meerut riots, violence against Hindus in the Kashmir valley, and Bhagalpur riots are thus a long list of riots during the congress regime. Dalits and Tribals were oppressed under the Congress regime. It may be recalled that Congress had defeated Babasaheb Ambedkar in the Lok Sabha elections.''