BJP president JP Nadda requires Trinamool’s ouster


Tribune News Service

New Delhi, July 6

BJP president JP Nadda in the present day alleged that criminalisation of politics and corruption had scaled new heights in West Bengal, calling for the ouster of Mamata Banerjee-led state authorities.

Addressing a digital rally on the start anniversary of Bharatiya Jana Sangh founder Syama Prasad Mukherjee, Nadda recalled his contributions in the direction of “nation building and national unity”, alleging that regardless of requests, Pt Jawaharlal Nehru didn’t order an inquiry into his demise. “He was kept in a jail in Srinagar, where his health deteriorated and he died under suspicious circumstances. Despite demands for an inquiry into his death, Nehru did not allow it to happen,” Nadda mentioned.

PM Narendra Modi and prime BJP leaders paid tributes to Mukhrejee on his start anniversary.

A brand new administrative and tutorial constructing of IARI, Jharkhand, was additionally named after him in the present day. Nadda mentioned Mukherjee opposed the “appeasement politics” of Nehru and if in the present day Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab and Bengal are an inseparable a part of India, it’s due to his efforts. Nadda additionally flayed the TMC over “mismanagement” of Covid instances.



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