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We want Majbut Bharat, INDI Alliance and TMC want Majboor Bharat : Nadda

We want Majbut Bharat, INDI Alliance and TMC want Majboor Bharat : Nadda

Bankura, May 15 (UNI) BJP national president Jagat Prakash Nadda on Wednesday lambasted the INDI Alliance and Trinamool Congress, accusing them of trying to weaken the country with their divisive agenda.
Exuding confidence that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would defeat them again with the support of the people, Nadda while addressing an election rally in support of Bankura sitting BJP MP Dr Subash Sarkar and incumbent parliamentarian from Purulia Jyotirmay Singh Mahato, said, " Whilst Modi is looking for Majbut Bharat, the INDI Bloc and TMC are trying to make majboor Bharat. "
" Mamata Banerjee is compromising with the infiltrators. She is also soft on the terrorists. She is giving shelter and protection to those who give shelter to terrorists, " Nadda alleged.
" But under PM Narendra Modi’s leadership, we are giving terrorists a tough time. Tell me whether you want a weak government or a strong one at the Centre, " the BJP president asked.
He said the Modi government was maintaining the politics of
responsibility, performance, accountability and affordability
despite the opposition from the opponents for their vested interests.
Nadda said under the Modi government the country took the fifth position in the global economy and efforts were on to elevate to the third position in the next three years.
Pointing out particularly to Trinamool Congress leader Mamata
Banerjee, Nadda alleged the West Bengal Chief Minister was
soft on terrorism and made the state a hub for the infiltrators and Rohingyas.
" We would not spare any terrorist as PM Modi did in J&K, where the former PM of the Congress used to invite them for talks over the breakfast table, " Nadda alleged.
Nadda also accused Mamata Banerjee of rebranding central schemes to hoodwink the people of Bengal and opposed many others schemes for poverty alleviation and also free medical schemes fearing vote bank politics.
" Loots, corruption, cut money, syndication, cattle and coal
smuggling, teachers' appointment scam and what not in Bengal in the past 13 years in the state where the offenders find safe passage after torturing the women at Sandeshkhali, " Nadda said.
Nadda lauded BJP MP Subash Sarkar for his development agenda for Bankura district for next five years and said, " This is an example of
the BJP work culture promising before the people for their welfare in
the constituency. "
Sarkar while producing a document handed one of the copies to
Nadda, spelling out what are his next task for his people
in the area where the drinking water and irrigation facilities were inadequate.


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