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BJP Akali alliance Will Continue In Punjab : Prabhat Jha

BJP Akali alliance Will Continue In Punjab : Prabhat Jha

Prabhat Jha, BJP vice president said that BJP’s alliance in Punjab with Akali Dal will continue and the two would contest the upcoming Assembly elections together in the Punjab.

“Our alliance in Punjab with Akali Dal will continue.It is an unbreakable relationship which people have supported not just once, but twice. Therefore, we will contest the polls in coalition only,” Mr Jha, who is also in-charge of BJP in Punjab said.

In Punjab, all the workers are working hard and in 2017 they will again form the government there.

He further added that the people in UP are fed up of both the Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party, and in Allahabad, recently, during BJP’s executive meeting people gave the message

“People have given a new slogan in UP, ‘Na Sapa na Basapa, sirf Bhajapa’ (neither SP nor BSP, only BJP), and I am confident that in this scenario, the BJP is going to form government in the northern state,” Mr Jha said.

Jha criticised, Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi Chief Minister for making careless statements against Modi.

He added that in India, there are 34 chief ministers, but no one points out the way he is making statements against the Prime Minister. He thinks that if he attacks Narendra Modi then he had a possibility of becoming a big leader. People do understand everything. They know Modi is unmatched.

Nitish Kumar, Bihar Chief Minister boycotting virtually International Yoga Day celebrations on June 21. Jha said that It seems like that Nitish Kumar is not well and because of that he was unable to do yoga that day.

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Yoga Day was celebrated by Muslims, Christians and by the people who believe in god and not believe in god . Yoga is for keeping people healthy and it has nothing to do with anyone’s religion.

He added that People from all over the world have listened to him Modi on the issue so how it is possible that Nitish ji will not follow this day. It appears that he is not well and as a result did not attended it.

“Our alliance in Punjab with Akali Dal will continue. It is an unbreakable relationship which people have supported not just once, but twice. Therefore, we will contest the polls in coalition only,” Mr Jha, who is also in-charge of BJP in Punjab said.

In Punjab, all the workers are working hard and in 2017 they will again form the government there.

He further added that the people in UP are fed up of both the SP and BSP, and in Allahabad, recently, during BJP’s executive meeting people gave the message

“People have given a new slogan in UP, ‘Na Sapa na Basapa, sirf Bhajapa’ (neither SP nor BSP, only BJP), and I am confident that in this scenario, the BJP is going to form government in the northern state,” Mr Jha said.

Jha criticised, Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi Chief Minister for making careless statements against Modi.

He added that in India, there are 34 chief ministers, but no one points out the way he is making statements against Modi. He thinks that if he attacks Narendra Modi then he had a possibility of becoming a big leader. People do understand everything. They know Modi is unmatched.

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Nitish Kumar, Bihar Chief Minister boycotting virtually International Yoga Day celebrations on June 21.Jha said that it seems like that Nitish Kumar is not well and because of that he was unable to do yoga that day.

Yoga Day was celebrated by Muslims, Christians and by the people who believe in god and do not believe in god . Yoga is for keeping people healthy and it has nothing to do with anyone’s religion.

He added that people from all over the world have listened to Modi on the issue, so how it is possible that Nitish ji will not follow this day.It appears that he is not well and as a result did not attended it.

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