Meghalaya Assembly Elections: Congress takes a jibe at BJP-NPP nexus

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  • The ruling party Congress has taken a jibe at BJP-NPP Nexus
  • Congress termed the political parties “Judas in operation”

Ahead of Assembly polls, the political temperature is going high day by day as the key players of the state are criticising each other. In a fresh scenario, the ruling party Congress has taken a jibe at BJP-NPP Nexus.

The Congress has termed the political parties allegedly supporting the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as “Judas in operation” while urging the people to be careful in choosing their representatives in the upcoming Assembly polls.

AICC national spokesman Tom Vaddakan said parties supporting the BJP, tacitly or otherwise, “have sold their souls and now their bodies are on sale. These are the people who have compromised with the devil because of power.”

Vaddakan slammed the Bhartiya Janata Party said that the Meghalaya is now the testing ground for what will happen in future. If Meghalaya surrenders, the whole country will surrender, over its charge-sheet against the Congress saying the BJP is criticising Congress for not introducing Lokpal in Meghalaya although it is a fact that the state has high standards of auditing and transparency whereas the BJP had not implemented Lokpal even in Delhi when in power.

Tom also took a dig at the saffron party saying that it does not have the wherewithal to sweep the elections.

“They (BJP-NPP) are one and the same and this is a front which is trying to come to power through the back door. This backdoor strategy is what they have mastered and they are misusing the Constitution. We have seen that in Goa. All I am saying is that Judas is in town. So be careful,” he said.

Tom slammed PM Narendra Modi saying the PM made tall claims of demonetization rooting out black money, stopping the circulation of fake notes and putting an end to terrorism. Instead, it turned out to be independent India’s biggest financial scam that burned a hole in people’s pockets, he said.

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