JP Nadda attacked Congress said first take care of your party then talk about Jodo India

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  • Congress has become a brother-sister party: JP Nadda
  • “BJP stands against family-centric parties”
  • “Whose party is Shiv Sena now, a family party”

JP Nadda: Making fun of the Congress’ proposed ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President JP Nadda on Friday said that the Congress should first take care of its clan. In recent days, many senior Congress leaders had left the party, due to which Nadda attacked the Congress in a rally organized in Kaithal, Haryana. He also accused the Congress of being a family-centric party. Referring to former Congress president Rahul Gandhi and his sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Nadda said, “Congress is neither a party of ideology nor a national party, even now it is not a regional party. It is a brother. Sister’s party is done.”

People giving blood and sweat leaving the party

Referring to Ghulam Nabi Azad leaving the Congress, the BJP President said that those who gave 50 years of their lives and their blood and sweat for this are leaving it. He said, “Did you ever wonder why they were leaving?” Nadda said senior leaders are resigning with a message that the party needs to keep its clan united first. He said, “Now, they are talking of ‘Jod India, Jodo India’, hey first party to jodho.”

BJP led governments think about the people

Nadda said that the BJP and the governments led by it are working to bring change in the lives of people including weaker sections and women while taking the country and the states forward. Referring to other parties, Nadda said the BJP is standing against family-centric parties, which care only about themselves and their families, while the BJP and the governments led by it think about the country and the people. “Whose party is Shiv Sena now, one family party. The real Shiv Sena has left them,” he said.

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