The Congress is no longer a national political party, belongs only to brother-sister: Nadda

The Congress is no longer a national political party, but belongs only to a brother-sister, Bharatiya Janata party chairman JP Nadda said on Monday while criticizing Uttarakhand’s big old Bageshwar party ahead of the assembly votes. “The Indian National Congress is no longer a national political party but belongs to a brother-sister. For them, family is the party,” Nadda said.

He also advised people to measure the promises made by the leaders against their past work and said, “BJP is the only political party that can proudly speak about the work done by its leaders and their future plans. You (the public) have to measure the promises made by the leaders against their past work and then vote.” In addition, Nadda reminded people of the “achievement of the ‘rank one retirement’ (OROP) scheme.”

“Prime Minister Narendra Modi has fulfilled the commitment of a ‘Tier One Pension’ (OROP) scheme. This has benefited more than a lakh OROP pensioners in Uttarakhand,” Nadda said. Earlier on Sunday, the BJP national leader who is visiting Uttarakhand, a poll-related poll, also held a public rally in Uttarkashi.

Uttarakhand is scheduled for polls on February 14. The results will be announced on March 10. (ANI)

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