AAP ‘surrendered’ in Himachal: JP Nadda

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president JP Nadda on Thursday took a jibe at the Aam Aadmi Party, saying it has surrendered in Himachal Pradesh as people here have come to know about it through its poor governance in the neighboring states of Punjab and Delhi. .

Addressing several election rallies in the hill state, Nadda exuded confidence that the people would keep the BJP in power, breaking the tradition of ousting the ruling party.

He said that the tradition of ousting the ruling party has been broken recently in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand and now this tradition will change in Himachal also.

“It is certain that the BJP’s double engine government will be re-formed in Himachal Pradesh under the leadership and guidance of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” he said.

He categorically took a dig at AAP, saying, “A political party came here on political tour, but it soon surrendered and left the state. why did this happen? Since Delhi and Punjab are close to Himachal, the people of the state have realized its reality.

According to a statement issued by the BJP, Nadda addressed public meetings in Saluni, Chamba, Jhalera and Una.

Attacking the main opposition Congress, he alleged that it meant “corruption and commission”.

He said that corruption and commission are in a way synonymous with Congress, whereas BJP is dedicated to the service of the people.

He claimed that the available documents indicate that the Raji Gandhi Foundation had received money from the Chinese government and the Communist Party of China in the year 2006 and even after that, money was continuously taken from China.


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