Congress works for vinash, BJP for vikas: JP Nadda
Congress has been behind Partition, he claimed, and said that only BJP can protect and preserve the rich culture, heritage and customs of the country.
Published: 22nd January 2023 06:38 AM | Last Updated: 22nd January 2023 06:38 AM | A+A A-
VIJAYAPURA: Calling Congress a party whose sole agenda is to divide the nation, BJP national president JP Nadda said that even during the Bharat Jodo Yatra, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi walked alongside people who have been working to divide the nation.
Addressing a public gathering at Sindagi town as part of Vijay Sankalpa Yatra on Saturday, Nadda said while the Congress is working for ‘Vinash’ ( destruction), BJP has been striving for Vikas (development).
“BJP stands for transparency, development, good governance and pro-people government, while Congress stands for corruption, commission and nepotism,” he said.
Congress has been behind Partition, he claimed, and said that only BJP can protect and preserve the rich culture, heritage and customs of the country. “In his every visit to the state, the prime minister remembers to pay his homage to writers, culture and heritage of the state. No other prime minister has done this in the past,” he said.
India has also set new records in digital transactions, laying fiber optic cables, bringing down poverty to less than one per cent and increasing export of electronic goods. During the Congress regime, 92 per cent of the mobile phones were imported, but with the BJP at the helm, India is manufacturing 97 per cent of mobiles.
“This example is enough to show that the Modi government is making India self-reliant,” he said.
Before arriving at Sindgi town, he visited Jnanayogashrama of Siddheshwar seer in Vijayapura city to pay homage. He also launched a membership drive in one of the wards of Nagathan Assembly segment in the city.
Former chief minister BS Yediyurappa, Higher Education Minister Dr CN Ashwath Narayan, Member of Parliament Ramesh Jigajinagi, MLAs and MLCs and other top party leaders were present.
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