AAP has not kept any of its promises: J P Nadda

BJP president J P Nadda blasts the AAP government in Punjab . He said the party has not been able to fulfill any of its election promises .

LUCKNOW: BJP president J P Nadda blasted the AAP government in Punjab on Saturday, saying the ruling party hasn't been able to fulfill any of its promises.Nadda told BJP workers here that his party would be the main opposition in Punjab.The BJP had only won one of the 117 seats in the Assembly polls held earlier this year.Despite not being able to form a government in Punjab, the BJP garnered a lot of support from voters, he said.

Nadda dismissed the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government after a rocket-propelled grenade attack on the intelligence wing of the Punjab Police in Mohali and the Patiala clashes, saying law and order in the state has deteriorated.The thefts, burglaries, and murders have become a normal part of life, he said.It was found that it was unable to fulfill any of its election promises, according to him.They don't say what they say, said Nadda.

Nadda recalled the opening of the Kartarpur corridor, punishing those who were behind 1984 anti-Sikh demonstrations and the reversal of GST on langar, among the measures taken by the Narendra Modi-led government for the Sikh community.Modiji is the only true fanatic supporter of Sikhs, he said, adding that Modi's work for the community has never been attempted by another government before.He said that the country's GDP is growing at 8 percent per year, more than any of the United States and China.According to him, the Modi government welcomed 23,000 Indian students from war-torn regions back to Ukraine.

According to Nadda, it was the Shiromani Akali Dal that resigned from its long association with the BJP.According to he, the party fielded 73 candidates in the Assembly elections after contesting 23 seats earlier.And though the dice were turned against us, the group said it said it would be the state's only relevant political party.Nadda said that if the state is to be protected, the top state leadership should be called on to address the AAP government's ineffective, vigilant, and sagacious opposition.

Nadda visited the ancestral home of freedom fighter Sukhdev Thapar, who had laid down his life for the country's Independence alongside famous freedom fighter Bhagat Singh and Rajguru earlier in the day.