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Thursday, 25 July 2024 12.19 AM IST

JP Nadda criticizes Left in Kerala, highlights BJP's gains and future plans

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP National President JP Nadda has said that the Left in Kerala is ideologically bankrupt. He was inaugurating the closing meeting of BJP's general leadership meeting.

The government of Kerala also committed corruption in the cooperative sector. UDF is only using rhetoric against this. They only have the thought of getting their children and family members somewhere by doing corruption.

In Thrissur, the BJP candidate got a majority of 75000 votes. Despite defeats at Attingal and Thiruvananthapuram, victory was sweet. BJP is leading in six municipalities. 36 percent votes were won in Thiruvananthapuram Corporation. It equals success. BJP workers are risking their lives in Kerala. For the first time in its history, the party had an MP in the state. Kerala is a land of gurus and social reformers. Obeisances to Sri Padmanabhan, Adi Shankaran and Sri Narayana Guru.

Congress has no seats in 13 states in this election. In Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat Chhattisgarh, out of 64 seats in all, they got a total of 2 seats in direct confrontation with BJP. In West Bengal, where there was no alliance with the Trinamool, their former leader in Parliament was defeated. It won seats in Uttar Pradesh by forming an alliance with the Samajwadi Party. In Wayanad, D. Raja's wife contested against Rahul Gandhi, while in Delhi, Raja was canvassing for Congress. They are self-reliant beings who win with the help of someone..They left their own flag in Wayanad for power. The journey was carried out to unite India by carrying the flag of the Muslim League, which was cut off by India. Nadda said that he is waiting for better success in Kerala in 2026 as well.

Union Minister George Kurien, BJP Thrissur District President Adv. KK Anish and honored with gold. BJP State President K. Surendran, leaders V. Muralidharan, PK Krishnadas, AP Abdullahkutty. O Rajagopal, Anil Antony, Kummanam Rajasekaran, K. Raman Pillai, Padmaja Venugopal, Sobha Surendran, AN Radhakrishnan, VD Rema, Adv. Gopalakrishnan, District President VV Rajesh and others were present.

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