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BJP Rallies in Pendra and Masturi, Chhattisgarh
BJP National President Shri JP Nadda, while addressing massive election rallies in Pendra and Masturi constituencies on 05 November, 2023 criticised the Congress government in Chhattisgarh for promoting corruption at all levels. He said following taking charge after the assembly elections the BJP government in the state would probe and take action against the scams and scandals.
Shri Nadda criticised the Congress government for rampant corruption and said that the Congress did not even spare the name of Mahadev, referring to the alleged links between the betting app and chief minister Bhupesh Baghel. Asim Das, who reportedly travelled from Dubai to Chhattisgarh was held by the Enforcement Directorate for alleged affiliation with Mahadev betting app. During questioning, Das claimed to have brought a staggering amount of Rs 508 crore with the intent to support the Congress party and CM Baghel in the upcoming elections.
The BJP National President went on to emphasize that wherever the Congress reigns, corruption, lawlessness and oppression follow. He accused the Congress government in Chhattisgarh of being embroiled in a series of scandals, including alleged liquor scam worth Rs 2000 crore, a rice scam worth Rs 5000 crore, a coal scam amounting to Rs 540 crore, and a Gothan scam worth Rs 1,300 crore.
Shri JP Nadda also said that there were irregularities in job posting of teachers, with relatives of leaders and officers allegedly benefiting from the Public Service Commission’s decisions. He pledged that if the BJP came into power, they would take action against these scandals, bringing the guilty to justice.
The BJP President assured the huge gathering that the Modi government had taken significant steps for the welfare of tribals, emphasizing the promises made in the party’s manifesto. He promised that with the BJP in power, development was guaranteed, but if the Congress, led by Bhupesh Baghel, came to power, the guarantee would be of corruption and plunder.
Rewa, Madhya Pradesh
‘People have made their minds to dedicate all seats to BJP’
Bharatiya Janata Party National President Shri JP Nadda on 3 November, 2023 said people have made up their mood to bring BJP back in Madhya Pradesh and dedicate all seats to the party. Addressing a huge public rally at NCC Ground, Shri JP Nadda said, “I can clearly see your mood to bring BJP to Madhya Pradesh and you’ve made up your mind to dedicate all seats to BJP.”
In another public meeting in Semariya, Rewa district the BJP National President said, “It is the culture of BJP that if they get elected, they have the courage to put forward the work they’ve promised in front of the people.”
At another rally in Sirmour, Rewa district Shri Nadda said, “Almost 97 per cent of mobile phones are being manufactured in India. Apple phones are also being manufactured here… In automobile manufacturing, India is the third biggest market. In medicines, India has become the dispensary for the world. Cheap and most effective medicines are being manufactured in India and supplied to the world”.
BJP National President Shri JP Nadda along
with BJP State President Shri VD Sharma and other leaders also held a roadshow at Tyonthar in Rewa district.
Barwaha, Katargaon (MP)
BJP government brings development
BJP National President Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda addressed huge public meetings in Barwah (Barwah Assembly, District Khargone), Katargaon (Maheshwar Assembly), Pigdambar (Mhow Assembly, District Indore) and a Rath Sabha in Mandleshwar (District Indore) on 07 November, 2023. He once again appealed to the people of Madhya Pradesh to form a double-engine government of the BJP under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi to maintain the pace of development in the state and said that whenever the Congress Party is in power, it has brought only corruption, malpractice, and atrocities, whereas the BJP government brings development and empowerment for the poor, farmers, Dalits, backward tribals, women, and youth.
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