Hassan (Karnataka): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president JP Nadda Tuesday slammed the Congress saying that the latter work for the appeasement of “a particular religion,” adding that the grand-old party hampers law and order situation in the state.
Addressing a public rally in Karnataka, the BJP national president said, “In Congress rule, there is a divide-and-rule environment. Congress appeases a particular religion and hampers the law and order situation.”
He further said, “I hope the people of Karnataka will support BJP and let Basavaraj Bommai continue serving the people of the state.”
The BJP president also aimed at Congress leader and former Karnataka minister Siddaramaiah and said that the latter has excelled in disturbing law and order and promoting appeasement.
“Siddaramaiah has excelled in disturbing law and order and appeasement. It is evident from the fact that Siddaramaiah’s government withdrew over 170 cases of PFI cadres who were accused of disturbing peace and law and order and released hundreds of accused from jail,” he said.
Nadda also appriciated the work done by BJP in the state he said that the government has done the work of doing good to the Dalits, increasing their reservation on the land of Karnataka.
“The welfare of Karnataka, the welfare of the people of Karnataka, the welfare of all sections of Karnataka… Our government has done the work of doing good to our Dalits, increasing their reservation on the land of Karnataka. Our aim is to connect the society of Karnataka with development,” he said.
Nadda asserted that the welfare of the poor, downtrodden, youth, farmer and women had been assured as a result of the pro-people policies of the Modi government.
It is worth noting that the Karnataka elections are likely to be held in April-May 2023.
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