Tamil Nadu: BJP President JP Nadda on Friday launched a scathing attack on Tamil Nadu’s ruling party Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, accusing it of doing petty politics, legalizing corruption and not working in the spirit of cooperative federalism. . He claimed that it is a very pathetic situation that the leaders of this Dravidian party are playing the blame game while Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government and his BJP believe in development and upliftment of all sections of the society.
‘Modi believes in principles of cooperative federalism’
JP Nadda told reporters that a large number of women, youth and other sections of people besides people from various political parties are joining the BJP in support of the development oriented policies of the Prime Minister as Tamil Nadu has a special place in the Prime Minister’s heart. “Prime Minister Narendra Modi believes in the principles of cooperative federalism and we are striving to ensure that maximum funds are allocated for development works in Tamil Nadu,” he said.
DMK just believes in allegation and counter-allegation: Nadda
BJP President JP Nadda said that the Center has initiated several remarkable development projects in the state and is taking them forward at a rapid pace. “But here I am sorry to say that the DMK government is doing petty politics. It is not working in the spirit of cooperative federalism. She just believes in accusation and counter-allegation.” He accused the DMK government of promoting dynasty and corruption.