BJP President Nadda shares election strategies in News18 interview

In an exclusive interview yesterday with News18 India. India’s No.1 Hindi News Channel, BJP’s National President JP Nadda discussed various political dynamics and upcoming state elections. During the engaging conversation with Amish Devgan, Managing Editor – News18 UPUK, MPCG & Rajasthan; Nadda expressed confidence in the BJP securing a three-fourth majority in the upcoming Rajasthan assembly elections. He also outlined the party's strategies to form governments in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.

Nadda highlighted BJP's strong prospects in Telangana as well, expressing determination to form a robust government in all the states. On the topic of fielding sitting MPs in assembly elections, Nadda emphasized that it is a strategic decision.

The conversation delved into the timing of recent ED raids, where Nadda asserted the need for immediate scrutiny in instances where large financial transactions are involved, as seen in the Mahadev App scandal.

Addressing the issue of caste-based census, Nadda clarified that it is driven by political motives rather than genuine concern for public welfare. He criticized the Congress party, stating that their sudden interest in the backward classes is opportunistic, accusing them of neglecting these communities for several years.

Responding to the allegations of promoting dynasty politics within the BJP, Nadda listed examples from various political parties, emphasizing that many prominent political families are active across the political spectrum.

Regarding the Shree Ram Mandir construction, Nadda dismissed the notion that it is being done with the intention to influence electoral outcomes, refuting the opposition's viewpoint.

JP Nadda concluded by reasserting that the BJP is committed to governance based on development and public welfare, criticizing the Congress party for resorting to corruption whenever they are in power.


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