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BJP WILL FORM GOVERNMENT IN THE STATE WITH THREE-FOURTH MAJORITY, SAYS NADDA
Jaipur: BJP National President JP Nadda on Monday exuded confidence that the party will form a government in the state with three-fourth majority in the upcoming Assembly elections.
He also gave a big message to the BJP leaders in the state saying that everyone has a desire to become MLA and MP but one should become a leader. “You don’t get anything by asking, you get it by ability. Don’t go up, go down. If you go to the bottom, you will become a leader,” he said.
Nadda also advised the workers to stay on the ground and work. He said BJP should be paramount for all leaders and workers. In his 35-minute speech, Nadda attacked Gehlot govt in State and called upon workers to unite and prepare for polls. He said that crimes are continuously increasing in Rajasthan, papers are being leaked, and no one is being heard in govt.
“In such a situation, BJP workers should go among the public and create an atmosphere against the government regarding its anti-people policies so that the BJP gets a two-thirds majority in the coming polls,” he said.
The party president gave the mantra of victory to the State Working Committee members and they should speak less and listen more to the public. He advised all the leaders to work keeping the party at the center.
Targeting the Congress, he said that the party has finished due to dynasty politics. He also cited the example of some other regional parties. Nadda asked leaders & workers to go from door to door to connect with people.
He said when he became the national president, people sometimes used to mispronounce his name. Nadda said this to tell how a worker was made the president in cadre based party. All the senior leaders were given a place to sit on stage during the meet.