Patna, Feb 22 : BJP president J P Nadda today sought to rubbish all speculations over any possibility of break-up in NDA, saying it is united like rock and would return to power in Bihar in 2020 Assembly elections under leadership of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar who performed well and changed the face of the state in last 15 years.
Mr Nadda, after inaugurating newly constructed BJP offices in 11 districts through video conferencing, said that some parties were trying to create split in NDA but they would not succeed in their attempt as NDA was strong and united like rock.
The BJP and JD(U) were in a very cordial relationship with each other and there was no question of both the parties parting ways, he added. "NDA will return to power in Bihar under the leadership of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar after 2020 Assembly elections", BJP president said adding that NDA was set to retain power and all its workers should work hard with resources at their disposal to ensure its splendid victory.
There were altogether 2,500 political parties in the country and 59 political parties had been recognised by Election Commision as state level parties while 7 parties had been accorded the status of national party, he added. "Most of the state level parties and Congress were centred around one family and no worker in such parties can even think of attaining the higher position of president", Mr Nadda said adding that BJP had given opportunity to workers to rise to the highest level with their hard work and dedication.
People were fed up with parties having dominance of one family and they would lose their existence in days ahead, he felt. (UNI)