Nadda asks people to vote for stability, says 5 years ago CM and ministers were going to jail

Ranchi: BJP’s national acting president JP Nadda asked the people to vote for a stable government which will ensure development and prosperity and promised that if voted to power once again the Maoists will be wiped out for once and all from Jharkhand.

Addressing an election rally while campaigning for party candidate from Mandar he said that five years ago the Chief Minister and cabinet ministers were going to jail as the governments were being formed two years.

He said that after the people voted for a majority government under Raghubar Das they got a corruption-free and development-oriented government.

He said that the country has changed and under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi no one can raise their eyebrows towards the country.

He said that earlier due to Naxals people could not come out of their homes in the evening but now things have changed.

He said that with a strong vote the people get strong leadership and claimed that in Lok Sabha elections the people of Jharkhand gave 11 seats to BJP and one to the ally following which Narendra Modi changed the political culture in the nation.

Nadda said that whether it was independence struggle or protecting the cultural heritage the tribals have always worked in the interest of the country.

He said that these elections were not just to make the MLA or Chief Minister but it was important to take the state forward and create employment opportunities.

He said that it was Modi who removed Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir which is now marching ahead on the path of progress and even the militant incidents have been reduced.

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