Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president JP Nadda said on Friday that the Congress party is in danger in the country, not democracy. He did this attack in view of the statement made by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in London. He accused the Congress leader of challenging India’s sovereignty and appealed to the public to make such people sit at home (by defeating them in elections).
The BJP president said, “The way the Congress is moving towards mental bankruptcy is condemnable and painful. The kind of activities Congress is involved in these days and what its leader Rahul Gandhi is doing is condemnable. Addressing a public meeting here, Nadda alleged that Congress leaders indulge in corruption, commission, criminalization and divide and rule. is involved in the policy of
Nadda said, “He has now crossed all limits… Rahul Gandhi goes to England and questions India’s sovereignty.” They say that democracy has ended here. In the recently concluded assembly elections, Congress did not get a single seat in Nagaland, five seats in Meghalaya and three seats in Tripura. It is not democracy which is in danger, your party is in danger.
Nadda addressed the public meeting organized under the ‘Vijay Sankalp Yatra’ taken out by the party ahead of the assembly elections to be held in May this year. He referred to the remarks made by Rahul Gandhi in London, in which he said that India’s democratic structure is under ‘savage attack’.
Attacking Rahul Gandhi for allegedly seeking US-Europe intervention on the issue of democracy in India, Nadda asked, “Should we allow such leaders to continue (in politics)?” He should be made to sit at home.” Karnataka state BJP president Nalin Kumar Kateel, state ministers R Ashok, B Sriramalu were among the leaders who participated in the rally. Earlier, the BJP president did roadshows in Challakere and Molakalmuru.
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