BJP President JP Nadda accused the ruling Trinamool Congress(TMC) party in West Bengal of working with a criminal instinct. Nadda was speaking at a press conference after a roadshow in Bardhman district. “The ruling political party is working with criminal instinct. Corruption has been institutionalised. The point-blank attack on a protectee like me is a testament to the state of law & order to which a regular citizen is subject.” Said JP Nadda.
Nadda was referring to the attack on his convoy in December 2020 when he was on his way to a party meeting at Diamond Harbour in South 24 Parganas district.
“Last time when I came, the manner in which I was welcomed enroute Diamond Harbour, we were attacked under a plan by administration and political party. The nation witnessed it. Ministry of Home Affairs took a strong note of this. Today when I’m here again, I say so far so good.” Said Nadda.
Nadda also reached out to the farmer community in West Bengal amidst the farmer’s protests in Delhi to demand a rollback of the three Farm laws. “I visited four houses today, I took foodgrain from them & pledged that as soon as we come to the power (in WB), farmers will be felicitated with Kisan Samman Nidhi & make all efforts to bring them to fore in mainstream. We’ll also resolve their issues.” Added the BJP President who also spoke about implementing the Central Ayushman Bharat scheme assuming that the saffron party will come to West Bengal.
The BJP President also reiterated the aggressive pitch by BJP of gaining more than 200 of 294 Assembly seats in the upcoming elections in April. Nadda and Union Home Minister Amit Shah will be coming to West Bengal often in the coming months, in a bid to woo voters and sweep the carpet from under the TMC feet after being in power for two terms.