BJP’s big decision regarding Karnataka elections, command given to this Union Minister
Before the assembly elections to be held in Karnataka, the Bharatiya Janata Party has taken a big decision organizationally. The party has entrusted the responsibility of election in-charge to senior leader and education minister in the Modi government’s cabinet, Dharmendra Pradhan. Along with this, Tamil Nadu BJP President K.K. Annamalai has been appointed election co-incharge. The letter issued by the BJP central office said, “BJP national president JP Nadda has appointed Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan as in-charge for the upcoming Karnataka elections 2023 and Tamil Nadu BJP president K.K. Annamalai has been appointed as co-in-charge.”
JP Nadda visited the state in January
On the other hand, JP Nadda had visited the state last month to take stock of the preparations for the elections. During this, while addressing a public meeting, he had said that his party is synonymous with development, while Congress means destruction. He said that the people of Karnataka would make the leaders of the opposition parties sit in their homes after the assembly elections.
‘BJP and its leaders are the ones who are moving ahead with the agenda of development’
He said that the country’s political culture has changed with Prime Minister Narendra Modi ending dynasty rule and ushering in developmentism. He said, “Vikas means BJP, progress means BJP. Destruction means Congress, stopping progress means Congress. Addressing a public meeting in Tumakuru, Nadda said that on one hand there is the BJP and its leaders who are moving forward with the agenda of development, while on the other hand there are leaders from the Congress who want to divert people’s attention from development.