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Nadda pays tribute to BJP workers killed in violence | India News


NEW DELHI: On Wednesday, BJP chief JP Nadda marked the fulfillment of a year as head of the ruling party by declaring the elections in West Bengal, Assam, Kerala and Tamil Nadu an “immediate challenge” to the party and the To say that the death of the workers’ party from political violence in Bengal would not be in vain.
“More than 300 BJP workers have been killed in West Bengal under the Trinamool government, which is running a dictatorship in the state. The Trinamool Congress understands that the killings will threaten BJP cadres, but this will not silence our party cadres, ”Nadda said in a letter to party workers.
“I salute the supreme sacrifice made by the party workers and promise that their sacrifices will not be in vain. Without a doubt, TMC will be defeated, ”he said. Calling the upcoming races in Bengal and other states that will go to the polls this year as the party’s “immediate challenge”, the BJP chairman said the party is fully prepared for it.
“Our party cadres have won several elections and I am sure they will maintain the momentum. The party will continue the winning streak under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ”he added.
The BJP chair, in whose first year in office the party recorded a victory in the tough battle for Bihar, also paid tribute to party workers who were killed by terrorists in the run-up to the DDC elections in Jammu and Kashmir. . “Our party cadres contested the DDC polls in Jammu and Kashmir and some of them also won in the Valley, which was a remarkable achievement.”

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