Nadda says Rahul Gandhi believes in dynastic rule


PTI, Apr 19, 2024, 1:31 PM IST

BJP chief J P Nadda launched a scathing attack on Rahul Gandhi on Friday accusing the Congress’s Wayanad Lok Sabha candidate of believing in dynastic rule, which, according to him, is detrimental to Indian democracy.

Campaigning for the BJP-led NDA candidate in Wayanad, K Surendran, the senior BJP leader alleged that Gandhi was practicing the policy of “divide and rule” and “vote bank politics” in the country.

“Rahul Gandhi believes in the politics of appeasement. He represents dynastic rule and engages in vote bank politics,” Nadda said while speaking at a roadshow organised in Sulthan Bathery in this hill constituency.

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