Opposition hand behind Delhi violence trying to smash Nadda society
BJP Chairman JP Nadda attacked the opposition over incidents of violence at places on Hanuman Janmotsav. He said these attacks are the result of anger from the opposition. He also made serious allegations against Congress regarding these attacks.
JP Nadda said Congress is doing the work of dividing society. He said the BJP victory shocked the opposition and deliberately, sometimes on Ram Navami procession and sometimes on Hanuman Janmotsav processions are attacked.
So far, 20 people have been arrested by police in connection with the attack on the Hanuman Janmotsav procession in Jahangirpuri, Delhi. Two minors are also among the accused arrested. The main defendants of the attack, Aslam and Ansar, were taken into custody for a day by the Rohini court. At the same time, the other defendants were sent to police custody for 15 days.
JP Nadda on Sunday called on ruling party workers in Karnataka to be agents of change and move the country forward. Assembly elections are scheduled in Karnataka in early 2023. He was addressing party workers in the State Executive Committee. He said, “We are pursuing our ‘repeated mission’ with great force. We are moving forward with the mantra of ‘nation first, then party and self last.’
Nadda called on the workers and party leaders to reach out to the public and raise awareness of the good work done by the BJP government in the state as well as in the Center ahead of the Karnataka assembly elections.
He said the vision and mission of the party should be clear as a mirror that workers and leaders are not behind becoming president, MP, minister or MP, but ensuring that there is a change in society. Nadda also mentioned the various programs launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi which have changed people’s lives. These include Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Ujjwala Yojana, One Nation One Ration Card and Pradhan Mantri Kisan Bima Yojana.
The BJP leader instructed party cadres to prepare for the upcoming elections in the state. “With the blessing of Modi and Yediyurappa and under the leadership of Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, this is the golden age of Karnataka, where it can walk towards development,” he said, adding that the BJP is the only option that would take the country down the road. No leader in Congress or regional party can say what he will do for the people.
The BJP leader said, “People from other parties talk about regionalism, language and caste and divide people, but they don’t even have words to wipe away the tears of the poor.