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Congress’ debacle inevitable in Lok Sabha election: Kavinder
3/17/2024 10:30:21 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Mar 17: Kavinder Gupta, senior BJP leader and former deputy Chief Minister has confidently asserted that the downfall of the Congress party in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections is not a matter of possibility but an undeniable inevitability.
In a statement issued here today. Kavinder has outlined several compelling reasons behind his assertion. Citing the Congress party’s lackluster leadership, absence of a coherent vision, and a history mired in inefficiency and corruption, Kavinder emphasized that the electorate’s disillusionment with the Congress is palpable and pervasive.
“The Congress party’s inevitable debacle in the Lok Sabha elections is not merely a forecast but a reflection of the people’s collective resolve to embrace progress over stagnation, and integrity over opportunism,” Kavinder said, adding that the BJP, under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, embodies the aspirations of a New India, driven by innovation, inclusivity, and relentless determination.
Furthermore, he pointed out the Congress party’s failure to announce candidates for the Lok Sabha polls, indicating a lack of organizational preparedness and strategic foresight.
He remarked, “The Congress’ inability to field candidates in Jammu and Kashmir reflects a deep-seated disarray within the party ranks, further undermining its credibility and relevance in the political arena.
The Nyaya Yatra conducted by Rahul Gandhi failed to win the confidence of the people, underscoring the disconnect between the Congress leadership and the electorate.”
Kavinder categorically said that nationalist BJP has accomplished so much in making the country self-reliant and development-oriented in just ten years which the ‘corrupt’ Congress couldn’t achieve in its over 70 years of rule.
He said that women empowerment became a reality only under the Modi Government because during Congress’ time, such issues even failed to find place in deliberations and discussions.
The former Deputy Chief Minister asserted that people raising Modi-Modi slogans in Rahul’s rallies is the testimony to the fact that Congress has no takers and BJP is the first choice of all.
He also cautioned the people not to fall prey to Congress’ unrealistic promises because it is not wise to believe in the party which never paid heed to people’s concerns despite remaining in power for decades together.
As the countdown to the elections commences, Kavinder expressed confidence in the electorate’s discernment and their unequivocal endorsement of the BJP’s transformative agenda.
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