The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president – JP Nadda on Saturday claimed no other party in the country has the “ideology, intention and strength” to fight the might of the saffron party, which is “on the rise”.
Addressing a party workers’ meet here after inaugurating the new office of the Assam BJP, Nadda asserted that his party is fighting against all the “family-led parties” in every state.
“No party has the ideology, intention, and strength to fight the BJP. No party can organise such a large public rally as what BJP is doing with only its workers’ meet. Nobody can stop this party,” he added.
Our oppositions all are dynasts, be it PDP and National Conference in J&K, or TRS in Telangana.
No political party has the will, strength, ideology and leadership like BJP. We'll work tirelessly for the development in Assam.
– Shri @JPNadda pic.twitter.com/bXfL0dkAvY
— BJP (@BJP4India) October 8, 2022
The BJP Assam president – Bhabesh Kalita on Thursday announced that around 40,000-45,000 booth workers would assemble at Veterinary College Playground in Khanapara to listen to their leaders.
Giving examples of dozens of states and Union Territories like Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, Nadda said, “We are fighting against family-oriented parties everywhere.”
He also mentioned Biju Janata Dal (BJD) of Odisha and YSR Congress of Andhra Pradesh in the list of family-run parties although these two had earlier supported several decisions of the NDA government in Parliament.
Nadda claimed that the Narendra Modi government brought Assam and Northeast into the mainstream, whereas the Centre during the Congress tenure had looked down on anyone from the region going to meet them as “someone from a different land”.
“Modi started Act East Policy and the Assam government under the leadership of Sarbananda Sonowal and Himanta Biswa Sarma implemented the development projects. The picture of Assam and Northeast is changed today,” he added.
The region was once known for bandhs, agitation, insurgency, bomb blasts, and dead bodies, but peace has returned to the Northeast due to the “visionary leadership” of Modi, Nadda asserted.