‘Nach na aawai aangan tedha’ – JP Nadda taunts Rahul Gandhi like this

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JP Nadda Attack on Congress Rahul Gandhi: Bharatiya Janata Party National President JP Nadda held an election rally in Karnataka on Friday, 17 March. During this, he lashed out at former Congress National President and Lok Sabha MP Rahul Gandhi. He said that Rahul Gandhi insults India by going abroad.

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In fact, assembly elections are to be held in Karnataka this year. In such a situation, BJP is trying its best to return to power again. BJP President JP Nadda is on a two-day tour of Karnataka from March 17. On Friday, he did Vijay Sankalp Yatra in Chitradurga. During this, he said that Congress means familyism and BJP means development. Rahul Gandhi goes abroad and says that democracy has ended in India, but he should understand that if he does not win the election, it does not mean that democracy has ended.

BJP attack on Rahul Gandhi

JP Nadda said that there is a proverb here – Naach na aawai, aangan tedhan. Rahul Gandhi is like that. Rahul is asking America and Europe to interfere in India to come here and save democracy. He also asked the people that will you make such leaders win?

74 airports in 9 years- BJP

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On the other hand, enumerating the merits of the BJP government, JP Nadda said that in the last 70 years, 74 airports were built in the country, but after the coming of the Modi government, 74 airports were built in the country only in the last 9 years. Today 11 airports are being built in Karnataka and the work of redesigning every railway station is going on.

Let me tell you, it is expected that the dates for the Karnataka Assembly Elections 2023 may be announced in the last week of March. Recently, Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar had reached Karnataka on a 3-day tour. There are speculations that the election dates may be announced in the coming days.

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