Half of INDI alliance leaders in jail, half on bail: Nadda

Tikamgarh, Apr 23 (UNI) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President JP Nadda said on Tuesday that half of the leaders of the INDI alliance are in jail, half are on bail, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s anti-corruption campaign will intensify after June 4.

Addressing an election meeting in Tikamgarh, Madhya Pradesh, in support of the party candidate Nadda said that the culture and thinking of politics have changed under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Ten years ago, everyone said it would be like this; nothing would change. Today, even the common man is saying that the country has changed.

State Party President Bishnu Dutt sharma was among several other party leaders present at the meeting.

Nadda said if Modi becomes Prime Minister again, India will become the third-largest economy in two years.

Nadda said this time the people have to choose between two ideologies. On one side, there are people engaged in development of the country under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and on the other side, there are people who are engaged in protecting their families and corrupt people.

The Indi alliance is made for two things –one is to protect dynastic politics and the other is to save corruption and the corrupt people. They have no other work. All the scamsters are trying to protect each other.

Taking a dig at the rallies of opposition parties, he said that when they hold rallies, they keep two chairs empty and say that their two Chief Ministers have gone to jail and two chairs have been kept vacant for them. He said that everyone should wait for the 4th of June; after that, Modi’s anti-corruption campaign will be intensified and more people will be jailed.

Listing the names of the leaders of the India alliance who have gone to jail and are on bail, he said that half of the alliance leaders.

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