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Nadda talks about ‘teaching a lesson’ about everything from ‘corruption’ to waste

ByJosh Taylor

Nov 22, 2022

Ahead of the impending MCD elections in the city, BJP national president JP Nadda and MP Ramesh Bidhuri hosted a roadshow in south Delhi’s Sangam Vihar on Sunday. The tiny passageways of the neighbourhood were blanketed with saffron flags in a display of strength, amid cries of “Jai Shree Ram” and “Bharat Maata Ki Jai.”
While campaigning for three BJP candidates, Savita Devi, Poonam Bhati, and Neeraj Gupta, Nadda stated that a win would not be a victory for a candidate, but for the inhabitants and the struggle for their rights.
Nadda slammed the Delhi administration, saying it had “drowned in corruption.”
The Delhi administration has attempted to strangle MCD. Elections are a great opportunity to teach such folks a lesson. There’s a lot of chatter these days about AAP’s adventures… “We haven’t seen the Lokpal Bill yet,” Nadda remarked.
“Those talking about schools have drowned in an alcohol disaster,” he remarked. The 2% commission has been increased to 12%. They promised to reduce alcohol use, but alcohol has already reached every home. They talk about model schools, but have you ever heard that the prices for a classroom and a restroom are the same in a tender? They have been involved in multiple similar frauds, and they are not little ones.”
Nadda remarked, referring to a video of Delhi minister Satyendar Jain, that while three of its leaders were imprisoned, the “others are on bail.”
“They’re in prison as they incited rioting and aimed to divide society.” They’re in jail because they were corrupt, and they’re getting massages while they’re there. The only way to teach them a lesson is for the BJP to win. They complain about the rubbish problem, yet the Centre has handed the Delhi government more than Rs 300 crore… They even stopped paying safai karamcharis’ wages,” Nadda alleged.
The roadshow, which was accompanied by a steady shower of rose petals, also included youngsters wearing “Modi-masks.”
Gupta told those assembled that if he won, he would fight corruption and “work around the clock.”
Rajkumar, a fruit vendor in the neighbourhood, stated that the area needed a change in leadership, saying, “Hardly any improvement has transpired in the last several years and our councillor were from AAP.” It’s time to change the vote for a different political party. We’ve seen how the same road has been dug up and reconstructed in recent years, and the process is continuing. Even the water crisis remains, and the public is growing frustrated.”
Another resident, Sarita Kumari, cautioned, “It is just before elections that we witness the presence of such huge figures, and then, somehow, everything fades.” Ordinary people like us continue to suffer.”

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