BJP president Rajnath Singh alleged that foreign forces are conspiring against party prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi to prevent him from coming to power after general election.
Addressing party’s national executive committee meeting in the national capital, Singh said sensing defeat, Congress is trying every trick in the book to stop BJP from coming to power.
Quoting Singh, party national spokesperson Prakash Javadekar said not only Congress even foreign forces are conspiring to stop Modi from becoming prime minister. “Foreign forces includes neighbours who promote terrorism and others are conspiring only to ensure that a weak government is formed at the centre,” Javadekar said.
Singh termed the UPA government as an NPA (Non Performing Asset). Rajnath said there is anger among people against the Congress due to three reasons — misgovernance, indecisiveness and corruption. “After recent assembly election results, Congress has read the writing on the wall and knows that defeat is certain. Congress is losing the elections and hence is trying to ensure that BJP does not get a clear majority and Congress can topple the minority government and assume power. But people will give a decisive mandate to the BJP-led NDA,” Singh added.
Singh told the party leaders that ‘purna swaraj’ can be achieved only by making India free of corruption and unemployment. “Purna swaraj can be achieved only by bringing happiness in lives of all including labourers, farmers and jawans (soldiers),” Singh added.
The BJP also approved its resolutions on the political and economic issues. These two resolutions will be passed at the two-day national council beginning Saturday. Political resolution talk about terrorism including Pakistan sponsored terror, terror attack on political rallies referring to attack on Modi’s rally in Patna. The political resolution talks about the recent controversy surrounding Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade. Also, conditions of Hindus in Pakistan and Bangladesh and condition of Tamil fishermen and cross border terrorism.
The resolution on internal political condition talks about vote bank politics especially against the backdrop of Uttar Pradesh where the state government is taking steps to free people facing terror charges to appease a section of the society.