Prior to the Karnataka assembly elections, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National President JP Nadda did a road show in Tumkuru on Saturday. Senior leader and former Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa was also present during this period.
‘Rahul Gandhi’s party is in danger, not democracy’
On Friday, Nadda targeted Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for a recent comment on Indian democracy and said that his party is in danger, not democracy of the country. Addressing a public meeting in Chitradurga district of the electoral state of Karnataka, he said, “The movements of Congress and Rahul Gandhi are extremely condemnable. The Congress only knows how to share people. Not democracy, but your party is in danger.
The BJP national president further said that Rahul raised questions abroad, because people in the country have ‘ignored’ his party. He said, “Since everyone in India is ignoring the Congress, Rahul Gandhi went abroad and questioned our democracy.”
Nadda said, “Rahul Gandhi is speaking against India abroad, while the whole world is praising him. He should remember that his grandmother Indira Gandhi brought emergency.” He further said, “The language of the Congress has become so bad that he says ‘Modi will be your grave’ but people say that ‘Modi will blossom your lotus’.
The BJP national president further said, “Congress criticized India’s digitization claiming that this is not possible in India. However, 40 percent of the digital transactions in the world are taking place in India today. Congress has corruption, commission, criminalization And promoted the politics of dynastic rule. ” However, PM Modi started the politics of ‘Report Card’. What is said here is complete. He formed a responsible and strong government. “
Nadda said that the double engine government in Karnataka is working for overall development. Therefore, this is not our Vijay Sankalp Yatra, this is the journey of victory (Vijay) of Karnataka. “