He emphasized that the BJP was the only political party in India which was based on ideology. (Credit: Twitter)
Speaking at a BJP scheduled tribal conference in Rajasthan’s Sawai Madhopur district, he quipped to the INC, “There is nothing ‘Indian’, ‘national’ or ‘Congress’ in it.”
- PTI New Delhi
- Latest version:April 02, 2022, 4:55 PM IST
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Dynastic political parties were a “threat” to India’s democracy, with BJP chief JP Nadda on Saturday claiming that only his party was based on ideology. INC says “there is nothing ‘Indian’, ‘national’ or ‘Congress’.”
“It has become a family and a group of brothers and sisters,” Nadda said He said there were other dynastic political parties in the country, such as the Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh, Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress in West Bengal, and K. Chandrasekhar. Rao’s TDP in Telangana and NCP and Shiv Sena in Maharashtra.
“Initially, these became regional parties and later they became dynastic parties,” the BJP chief said. “The BJP has the most followers and we will move forward but we must understand that these parties are a threat to democracy in the country. Not good for democracy,” Nadda said.
He emphasized that the BJP was the only political party in India which was based on ideology. Nadda further said that the BJP-led parliament is doing well.
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