BJP President Nadda Accuses Uddhav-led MVA Government of Being

by Web Desk | Published: 17 May 2023

Jagat Prasad Nadda, the national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), criticized the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government led by Uddhav Thackeray, calling it "totally corrupt" and accused it of hindering the development of the state of Maharashtra.
Nadda addressed a gathering of beneficiaries of government schemes and highlighted the transformation brought about by the "double engine government" of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He claimed that the NDA government was fulfilling the aspirations of the people of Maharashtra and taking care of their needs.
Nadda praised the BJP's work and criticized the opposition, stating that the Modi government's effective implementation of policies and programs over the past nine years has brought unprecedented changes. He mentioned that the government has prioritized the welfare of the weaker sections of society, ensuring their empowerment and last-mile delivery of services.
The BJP president emphasized the success of the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) schemes, which have transferred over Rs 25 lakh crore directly into beneficiaries’ bank accounts. He also highlighted the launch of numerous social welfare schemes under the Modi government, benefiting various sections of society, including the poor, backward classes, Dalits, Adivasis, women, and youth.
Nadda further emphasized that the BJP is a party with a clear resolve, policies, dedicated workers, and a strong presence across the country and society. He stated that the party's ideology allows it to follow through on its promises, and he considered it a blessing to be a part of such a party.
Additionally, Nadda attended an 'Intellectual Meet' at Atal Smriti Udyan in Borivali, where he visited an exhibition and museum showcasing the life journey of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
In terms of election management, the BJP has refined its approach by assigning "panna pramukhs" to each page of the voters' list. These workers establish personal contact with voters whose names appear on their assigned page, aiming to mobilize maximum support for the party. Nadda addressed a meeting of these "panna pramukhs" in the city, highlighting the party's efforts to engage with voters at a grassroots level.