Raghav Chadha attacks BJP, says, 'No distance, no medicine, just laxity for votes'
Raghav Chadha attacks BJP, says, 'No distance, no medicine, just laxity for votes'

New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has attacked the BJP over election rallies amid the corona outbreak.  Senior AAP leader and MLA Raghav Chadha said the BJP is campaigning on the lines of 'Na doori na medicine, bus vote ke dhilai hi dhilai' to register victory in Bengal elections. He said BJP leaders are addressing big public parties in West Bengal and Assam and gathering huge crowds even amid the havoc of corona.

Raghav Chadha said it should be closed immediately. PM Modi's slogan is that the country will not allow the country to bow down, whereas our slogan should be that we will not allow the countrymen to die. He said the BJP should respond as to what difference it would make even if it won 2-4 elections. Parties will come, but the people who are dead from the epidemic will not come back. Replying to Chadha, the BJP has said that more attention should be paid to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to protect Delhi from corona.

Chadha said what is important for BJP election management and corona management? The people of India are concerned about how the Central Government is managing the corona. At the same time, the BJP is worried about how to win in the Bengal elections. Bjp rallies in Bengal have picked up at a faster pace than the rate at which the corona infection-death figure has increased in the last 10 days.

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