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Assam overcame those who attempted to plant sectarian and separatist seeds: J P Nadda

Assam overcame those who attempted to plant sectarian and separatist seeds: J P Nadda. J P Nadda, the BJP’s national president, stated that the people of Assam have rejected. Those who sought to sow seeds of communalism and separatism in the state’s recent assembly elections, re-electing the NDA with a landslide majority.

In an attack on the Congress at the Assam BJP’s state executive meeting on Tuesday, he said that political tourists were nowhere to be see during the country’s second COVID-19 wave.

“During Assam’s assembly elections, I said that Congress leaders are political tourists who would vanish after the polls are over. Consider where such leaders could be located in the event of a COVID pandemic. During this time period, certain parties have been places in isolation, some have been quarantine, and others have been admitting to the intensive care unit.”

Nadda, who took part remotely, said that as a result of the NDA’s development efforts. There was pro-incumbency in Assam and people placed their trust in the NDA. “Throughout the 15-year Congress government in Assam, corruption pervaded every sector; their only objective was the Commission. Congress’s leaders are only accessible through Twitter and television.

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He said that the Congress party backed the tools that targeted India’s tea and yoga industries. “They then expected the people of the nation to vote for them. Congress sow the germ of communism in the society.”

Nadda said that Congress speaks in a variety of languages when on tea plantations and while they are with their ally Badruddin Ajmal.

Ajmal is the All India United Democratic Front’s leader. Nadda said that the re-elected BJP-led Assam government had accomplished a great deal in the past 45 days. “They battled for cow protection before launching into a tirade against cocaine trafficking. The state administration maintains a zero-tolerance policy against illicit livestock trafficking.”

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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