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The BJP National President is on a two-day visit to the State. He will hold meetings with BJP leaders. The visit come days after the rightwing party got a drubbing in recently held elections in Karnataka.
Addressing a party function in Mumbai Nadda said that the erstwhile Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government in Maharashtra was "totally corrupt", and he alleged that the Uddhav Thackeray-led dispensation paused all the good works. Nadda said the Eknath Shinde-Devendra Fadnavis government will address the issues of the people.
Nadda also claimed that the US, China and Japan are facing an economic crisis now as they spent money on providing freebies during the Covid-19 pandemic. He said the Indian government came up with a Rs 20 lakh crore package during that period to boost infrastructure, agriculture and other sectors
He said that countries like the US, China and Japan are facing an economic crisis because those countries spent on freebies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our country came up with a Rs 20 lakh crore package aimed at spending on agriculture, infrastructure and other similar sectors, he said
Earlier, talking to reporters in Nashik, Shiv Sena leader and Member of Parliament Sanjay Raut said that wherever nadda goes, BJP loses. “Nadda stayed put in Karnataka to campaign for his party, but it was defeated. Now he is coming to Maharashtra. We welcome him. Wherever he goes, BJP loses."
BJP MLA Nitesh Rane hit back at Raut, saying Nadda is BJP's national president and he tours the entire country. "We work under his leadership. Raut must say how many votes were bagged by the Maharashtra Ekikaran Samiti for whose candidates he himself campaigned in the Karnataka elections," he said. Rane accused Raut of targeting individuals on constitutional posts and inciting the administration against the government. "All these are signs of an urban Naxal," he claimed.