New Delhi : National President of Bharatiya Janata Party JP Nadda has written an open letter to the countrymen, in which he has spoken to the public on various issues. In this letter, when the country will complete 100 years of independence in 2047, Nadda has talked about how the country will be like, and has also appealed to the countrymen to join now to make 2047 India.
appeal to youth
In this letter, Nadda (JP Nadda) has appealed to the youth for active contribution in the process of nation building. For the youth, Nadda has written that the youth of India want opportunities and not obstacles. We have to give better opportunities to the youth of the country.
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angry at the opposition
In this letter, Nadda appeared angry with the opposition. Nadda (JP Nadda) accused the Congress of divisive politics and praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas’. Cursing the Congress, Nadda wrote that in 1966, the Indira Gandhi government in Parliament demanded a ban on cow slaughter. Shots were fired at the sadhus who were traveling towards the building. In Chaurasi, Rajiv Gandhi said that when a big tree falls, the earth shakes. Riots in Gujarat, Meerut, Moradabad, Bhiwandi, Meerut Like violence against Hindus in the Kashmir Valley, there has been a long list of riots during the Congress regime. Dalits and Adivasis have been subjected to atrocities under Congress rule. Remember, the Congress had defeated Babasaheb Ambedkar in the elections.
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Karauli violence was mentioned
In this letter written to the countrymen, Nadda (JP Nadda) did not forget to mention the Karauli violence. On the violence in Karauli, Nadda raised serious questions on the Congress government of Rajasthan. Nadda wrote that there has been a long history of riots under the Congress rule. Why is the Congress government of Rajasthan silent on the violence in Karauli.