BJP national president JP Nadda on Saturday said that even as Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren sought votes from tribals of the state, no one had harmed the community more than Soren himself. Taking a dig at the Jharkhand CM in Ranchi, Nadda said the Enforcement Directorate was after him.
Nadda was speaking at the culmination of BJP Jharkhand president Babulal Marandi’s ‘Sankalp Yatra’ which was held across 81 constituencies of the state since he assumed charge as head of the party in the state.
Nadda said, “Soren’s government has started talking about tribals and asking for votes in their name, but no one has harmed the state like Soren’s government. I am not saying this for the sake of speaking. (The government has) shut its eyes on religious conversions. This shows that Hemant Soren’s vote should not go anywhere even if the culture of tribal communities gets diminished. (He) will do anything for votes.”
He thanked BJP’s Marandi for carrying out the ‘Sankalp Yatra’ for which the people gave their blessings to BJP.
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Nadda said, “the deceitful Hemant Soren government is neck deep in corruption and it will surely be ousted. I want to tell the naive voters of Jharkhand, when BJP comes to power, it is for the service of the people and in a bid to change the destiny and picture of the state. However, when the JMM (Jharkhand Mukti Morcha) and the Congress came to power they did it for their own service, they wanted to loot the state.”
Nadda said that Soren had even changed his parents’ names in a bid to grab parcels of land.
Nadda also attacked the police saying that under the government, it has become a ‘predator’ and that law and order has deteriorated in the state.