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Kavinder Gupta questions Congress' victory in Karnataka
5/20/2023 11:06:22 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, May 20: Kavinder Gupta, a senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and former Deputy Chief Minister, has responded to Rahul Gandhi's statement about the Congress party's victory in Karnataka. Gupta questioned whether the Congress' victory in Karnataka has given oxygen to the entire anti-Modi front. He stated that the BJP has never engaged in divisive politics like the Congress has throughout its rule.
Gupta pointed out that the history of the Congress reveals a pattern of dividing communities on the basis of religion for their own political gain. In contrast, he emphasized that the BJP is committed to eradicating divisive forces and promoting unity, without resorting to communal divides.
Although the BJP did not secure enough seats to form a government in Karnataka, Gupta highlighted that the party's strength remains intact, as evidenced by the votes obtained by its candidates. He stated that sometimes it is necessary to step back in order to make a big leap towards unprecedented success.
Gupta also expressed his belief that the people of India have come to understand that the Congress party is opportunistic, often joining forces with like-minded opposition parties in their pursuit of the prime ministerial position. He argued that the Congress' reliance on dynastic politics has ultimately led to its decline in recent decades. Therefore, the BJP's vote bank in Karnataka remains intact, despite not securing the largest number of seats.
Gupta expressed confidence in the BJP's future, citing its people-centric policies and its rejection of dynastic politics. He asserted that the party will continue to garner support across the nation, and the lotus symbol, representing the BJP, will flourish in the times to come.
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