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BJP rejected by people for its divisive policies: Gudur Narayana Reddy

BJP rejected by people for its divisive policies: Gudur Narayana Reddy
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Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) Treasurer Gudur Narayana Reddy on Friday has ridiculed Union Home Minister Amit Shah's contention that BJP...

Hyderabad: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) Treasurer Gudur Narayana Reddy on Friday has ridiculed Union Home Minister Amit Shah's contention that BJP lost Delhi elections due to a defective campaign. He said Amit Shah should admit that his party has been facing rejection all over the country due to its wrong and divisive policies.

Narayana Reddy alleged that Amit Shah was trying to divert people's attention from the real issues by giving misleading explanations on electoral losses.

"People do not judge political parties on their mode of campaign. They give their verdict based on the policies being implemented by the ruling party. Amit Shah should have admitted that BJP was rejected by the people of Delhi for bringing a divisive law on citizenship.

Instead of admitting that CAA has been rejected, BJP leaders are trying to give an impression that they lost for raising issues in an incorrect manner," he said.

The Congress leader said that the BJP government appears to be in a haste to bring contentious laws and make controversial moves so as to keep the attention of people to get diverted from real issues.

"The BJP-led Assam government has reportedly lost the data collected for the implementation of state-wide National Register of Citizens (NRC). The Central government had spent over Rs 1,600 crore to conduct the NRC in Assam on pilot basis.

The data loss has badly damaged the credibility of NRC which is already facing widespread rejection across the country. As the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah must have given an explanation for the NRC data goof up in Assam.

However, the former BJP President is still trying to mislead people by presenting different theories on why BJP lost Delhi elections," he said.

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