BJP leader JP Natta’s criticism – News18 Tamil

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Attending an event in Tiruppur, BJP national leader JP Natta criticized the DMK and corruption as two sides of the same coin. He added that the BJP’s goal was to end succession politics.

BJP national leader JP Natta inaugurated the BJP district offices in Tirupur, Tirunelveli, Tirupati and Erode district through a video conference from Tirupur. Speaking on the occasion, JP Natta said, “We are happy to be here as an example of ancient Tamil culture. I worship the earth where Thiruvalluvar lived.

I have come to Tamil Nadu, the symbol of the culture with the words ‘Yathum Uray Yavarum Kelir’.

Some parties take place in the homes of the leader. The party will disappear if the leaders go. But anyone in the BJP can come and go. The goal and the party will remain the same. Based on this it has been decided to open 720 party offices and 473 offices have been opened. 4 offices have been opened in Tamil Nadu today. A further 12 offices will open soon. He said it was a workshop, not an office.

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Speaking about the DMK, JP Natta said the DMK regime was full of corruption. Corruption and DMK are two sides of the same coin. This is a family rule. Anyone other than family can lead the DMK. Only those with a simple background in the BJP can progress and become leaders

The BJP strives for those on the fringes of society. The public has benefited from various schemes such as bank accounts, Ujwala Yojana, Swachh Bharat, Prime Minister Awaaz Yojana.

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Succession politics full of administrative corruption is what is going on here. Succession rule is a challenge to democracy and democratic values. In that system, people serve the family, not the state, not the nation. In the BJP you are serving the people, the state and the nation.

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