Rajasthan: the Congress government serves its interests, alleges JP Nadda

Suratgarh (Rajasthan): Hailing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership behind India’s COVID-19 vaccine, National Chairman of the Bharatiya Janata Party, JP Nadda, said on Tuesday that today, instead of asking for help from the world, the India is helping other countries in the fight against the global pandemic.

“Previously India used to ask for help and help from foreign countries, now under Prime Minister Narendra Modi instead of asking for help from the world we are providing them with help. We have donated 18.5 crore vaccine doses to 100 countries,” BJP leader JP Nadda said while addressing Booth Sankalp Sammelan in Bikaner district, Suratgarh.

“Modi ji has changed the culture of politics. Previously they were looking for votes based on caste and religion. Now because of Prime Minister Modi, the opposition is also forced to seek votes based on the development,” he added. JP Nadda is on a two day tour in Rajasthan starting today.

On Wednesday, Nadda will inaugurate the Hanumangarh District Office and also virtually inaugurate the nine Hanumangarh District Offices. “The BJP is working for the interest of the common man while the current government of Rajasthan (Congress) is working for its own interest. The BJP is ready to contest the elections as a strong party and will overthrow the Congress government of ‘Ashok Gehlot,” the BJP National Chairman added. President. Nadda was welcomed by former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, BJP State Chairman Satish Poonia and Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal. While addressing the program, former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje said, “BJP has achieved success in all four states under the leadership of JP Nadda. He said that in the upcoming elections, BJP will also get a great success in Gujarat, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan.” The next Legislative Assembly election in Rajasthan is expected to be held in 2023 to elect the 200 members of the State Legislative Assembly.


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