BJP  Chief JP Nadda Slams Opposition's INDIA Bloc, Alleges Involvement in Corruption
BJP Chief JP Nadda Slams Opposition's INDIA Bloc, Alleges Involvement in Corruption

Mumbai: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National President JP Nadda criticized the opposition's INDIA bloc, alleging that it comprises individuals engaged in corrupt practices. Speaking to party workers, Nadda referred to the alliance as a "group of corruption."

Nadda also mocked Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, suggesting that wherever Rahul travels, it does not symbolize justice or unity but rather injustice and division. He highlighted instances of corruption during Uddhav Thackeray's tenure and Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal's evasion of Enforcement Directorate (ED) summons, questioning the integrity of their governance.

Quoting former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's words from 1980, Nadda expressed confidence that darkness would dissipate, the sun would rise, and the lotus, symbolizing the BJP, would flourish. He affirmed that today, under Modi's leadership, the lotus has indeed flourished.

Reflecting on the party's journey, Nadda emphasized its transformation from facing challenges to emerging as the largest party in the world. He highlighted the BJP's expansion to 17 states with NDA governments, representing 58 percent of the population. Nadda credited Modi's leadership for redefining Indian politics within a decade.

Furthermore, Nadda underscored the government's commitment to empowering the poor and women, contrasting it with past instances of exploitation. He stressed the administration's focus on providing strength and opportunities to marginalized communities.

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