Nadda's scathing attack in Assam, says 'Congress has two teeth ...'

New Delhi: BJP National President JP Nadda on Monday attacked the Congress while addressing a public meeting in Dibrugarh in the wake of the upcoming Assam assembly elections. The BJP is engaged in campaigning for the election and is holding rallies to strengthen its position in the state. In a rally in this order, Nadda said that Congress has hurt the civilization of Assam. The Congress party never preferred the security of Assam, so the problems here increased. But in the last five years, the government of Sarbananda Sonowal came and the picture of Assam was changed.

JP Nadda said that we have to decide whether we will protect the culture of Assam or join the way the society is trying to divide under the leadership of Badruddin Ajmal. This is something that we need to decide. The Congress party is showing the elephant teeth and eating and eating. He said that earlier the Congress ruled for 15 years. During the Bodoland movement, 2,155 people were killed. 2,084 people lost their lives. 1,300 people were kidnapped.

He said the BJP came and converted into the Bodo movement agreement and Rs. 1,500 crores have also been allocated for their development. Nadda said that the atmosphere of today's public meeting in Assam is of gaiety and blessings of victory. Your enthusiasm shows that you have ensured the BJP's victory. The BJP has been at the forefront of serving the accommodation, worrying Assam, contributing to the move forward to Assam.

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