Congress, Left ideologically bankrupt, says Nadda


Team Udayavani, Apr 19, 2024, 5:34 PM IST

BJP chief J P Nadda said on Friday that parties within the INDI Alliance, such as the Congress and the Left, have become ‘ideologically bankrupt.’ He highlighted their fierce electoral battles with each other outside of Delhi while maintaining cordial relationships within the national capital to oppose the BJP.

Speaking to PTI on the sidelines of a roadshow organised by the BJP-led NDA in Sulthan Bathery for its candidate K Surendran, the BJP chief cited the electoral battle between Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and LDF’s Annie Raja of the CPI in the Wayanad Lok Sabha seat.

He pointed to this fight between the Congress and the Left parties to reinforce his claim, highlighting the apparent camaraderie among their top leadership in New Delhi despite the rivalry elsewhere.

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