Opposition waging direct onslaught on nation’s spirit: JP Nadda

Opposition waging direct onslaught on nation’s spirit: JP Nadda

NEW DELHI: In a strong counter to the opposition attack on the Modi government over incidents of hate speech and communal violence, BJP President J P Nadda on Monday accused the rival parties of waging a “direct onslaught on the spirit of our nation and casting aspersions on our hard working citizens”.
In an open letter, Nadda said the opposition parties’ “tried, tested, or I should say dusted and rusted approach of vote-bank politics, divisive politics, and selective politics is no longer working”.
He accused the opposition of being selectively silent on various incidents including the recent communal violence in Karauli, Rajasthan.
“The selective politics is no longer working as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s emphasis on ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas and Sabka Prayas’ has seen Indians being empowered and getting the wings to rise further,” Nadda said and added, “Unfortunately, this thrust towards development politics is being bitterly resisted by the rejected and dejected parties which are once again taking refuge in vote bank and divisive politics.”
He said India is witnessing two distinctive styles of politics – NDA’s efforts which are seen in their work and the petty politics of a group of parties, which is seen in their acerbic words.
He said, “I would urge the opposition to change track and embrace the politics of development. We owe this to our coming generations.”
He also referred to BJP becoming the first party in many years to touch the 100 mark in Rajya Sabha and get an absolute majority in Uttar Pradesh legislative council. “The opposition should introspect why parties that ruled the nation for decades have been confined to margins of history now,” Nadda said.

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