Chennai: Expressing confidence of the saffron celebration forming governments in West Bengal, Assam, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Jagat Prakash Nadda on Sunday skilled his weapons on the “communal” Congress alleging the grand outdated celebration has all the time ignored regional points regardless of being a nationwide celebration.
Nadda, who was addressing a press convention in Chennai, expressed confidence of the BJP’s splendid efficiency in West Bengal the place it’s locked in a bitter contest with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress (TMC).
“The signals in the two phases of West Bengal clearly have shown that BJP is heading towards victory,” he stated.
Asserting the NDA will win the Assam Assembly elections but once more, the BJP chief stated: “In Assam, we are retaining the government of NDA along with UPPL and AGP.”
Commenting on the political scene in Tamil Nadu, Nadda stated “under the leadership of AIADMK we are forming the government” and hit out the Congress whereas asserting the BJP has additionally given precedence to regional points.
“As a national party, Congress ignored regional issues. Now they are only following DMK. BJP, on the other hand, always prioritises regional issues. For example, when Congress banned Jallikattu, DMK was a meek spectator. It was PM Modi who nullified it,” he stated.
Nadda additionally claimed the BJP has emerged as a formidable pressure in Kerala.
“In Kerala, we are coming as a force because the LDF and UDF have given misgovernance. The people have started supporting the BJP. So, we will do good in Kerala too,” stated Nadda.
“We have been charged as communal but it’s actually them (Congress),” he added whereas taking potshots on the Congress for becoming a member of arms with the Muslim League in Kerala and with Badruddin Ajmal in Assam.
The BJP president likewise expressed confidence of forming the federal government within the Union Territory of Puducherry. “In Puducherry also, we are making a clear way of formation of the government,” he stated.
The outcomes of the meeting polls being held in West Bengal, Assam, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry might be declared on May 2.