Nadda pitches for stability

Nadda pitches for stability

Agency News

Ranchi, Dec 4 : BJP working president JP Nadda on Wednesday asked the people to vote for a stable government in the state which will ensure development and prosperity.

Stumping for BJP candidate from Mandar, Mr Nadda said five years ago the opposition was forming new governments every two years while the Chief Ministers and cabinet ministers were making jail trips.

It was after the people voted for a stable dispensation under Raghubar Das that a corruption free and development oriented government was formed in the state, the Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare told a rally.

Crediting the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the minister said the country has changed under Prime Minister Narendra Modi and no one can look at the country with malicious intentions.

The BJP leader claimed that the backbone of Naxals had been broken in the state and the ultras will be wiped out in the next five years of BJP rule.

Pitching the achievements of Raghubar Das government, he said people were forced to remain confined to their homes in the evenings due to the naxals, but now things have changed.

Citing the Lok Sabha elections, the Rajya Sabha member said people of Jharkhand voted for BJP on 11 seats and for its ally on one seat, which is how the Narendra Modi government was elected at the Centre and its changed the political culture in the nation.

Lauding the tribals, Mr Nadda said they have always worked in the interest of the country whether it was independence struggle or protecting their cultural heritage . He said, these elections were not just to elect the MLAs or Chief Minister but an important opportunity to ensure development and employment for the state.

Harping on the repeal of provisions of Article 370 that gave erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir its special status, Mr Nadda said the bold decision by Prime Minister Narendra Modi ensured a path of progress and bringing down incidents of militancy. Only things in the interest of the country would work henceforth, Nadda said. (UNI)