Bharat Express

Nadda encourages people to give AAP a lesson, saying their actions are disgusting

BJP National President JP Nadda blasted the Aam Aadmi Party, saying their actions are disgusting, and urged people to teach the party a lesson in polls.

Kaithal : BJP National President JP Nadda blasted the Aam Aadmi Party, saying  their actions are disgusting, and urged people to teach the party a lesson in polls. Nadda’s assault comes after Kejriwal stated on Sunday that the BJP has initiated a campaign called ‘Operation Jhaadu’ to demolish AAP, which the BJP regards as a challenge.

Addressing a political rally in Kaithal, Kurukshetra Lok Sabha constituency, Nadda stated that the Congress has become a ‘parivarvadi party’. “The Congress and the ‘ghamandiya gathbandhan’ (India bloc) have become a corrupt conglomerate. Some are in jail, while others are on bail,” Nadda stated while campaigning for BJP candidate Naveen Jindal.

In an apparent jab at Kejriwal, Nadda stated that years ago, they declared they would not join a party or fight elections, but eventually founded one and contested elections.
He (Kejriwal) claimed he would never shake hands with the Congress, yet this happened. Then they stated they would not engage in corruption. Nadda stated that three of the AAP leaders are currently in jail. Nadda then brought up Chief Minister Kejriwal’s aide Bibhav Kumar’s detention in connection with the alleged attack on AAP MP Swati Maliwal.
Targeting Kejriwal on the case, Nadda stated, “Those who used to talk about respect for women are misbehaving with women inside their homes, and the leader (Kejriwal) remains silent. Will you enable such persons to come ahead (vote for them)? Will you give them a lesson or not? Will you have them sit at home or not? (Beat them in polls).
He said, “They may speak sweet words, but their deeds are so dirty.” Referring to the AAP’s intended protest march to the BJP headquarters in Delhi organized by Kejriwal, Nadda said he has learned that the Delhi chief minister is demanding ”arrest me, arrest me. First, you petition the Supreme Court to’rescue me, save me’. And if you have been released (on bail), it is valid until June 1. He (Kejriwal) is now yelling, ‘Arrest me, arrest me’. I am suggesting rescind your bail and return to jail. He responded, “Your home is there.”