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BJP National President’s address at West Bengal Executive Committee Meeting in Kolkata

BJP National President Shri JP Nadda said that all regional parties in the country are being run by dynasties. Addressing party leaders during a State Executive Committee Meeting at the National Library in Kolkata, West Bengal on 08 June, 2022 Shri JP Nadda lashed out at regional parties including Trinamool Congress for pursuing dynastic politics.

“In our country, all regional parties are run by families. In the north, the National Conference is run by a father-son duo; Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh is also a family-driven party; RJD in Bihar is also run by Lalu Prasad and his son Tejaswi. In West Bengal, it is run by Pishi and Bhaipo (aunt and nephew); in Jharkhand, it is the Soren family; in south it is the DMK, YSR, KCR, in Maharashtra it is the NCP and Shiv Sena. All these parties pursue dynastic politics,” said the BJP National President.

“Even the Congress has become the party of brother and sister. The BJP is the only party that does not pursue such politics,” added Shri Nadda. He said that the Congress was neither Indian nor national anymore. Taking a jibe at Congress during the party’s State Executive Meeting Shri Nadda said, “The state of the Indian National Congress is the worst! Congress is neither Indian (Its leader now speaks from London) nor is it national anymore. It too has become a party of brother and sister.”

He also slammed the TMC, claiming that the Mamata Banerjee-led party has no principles or policies but has ‘syndicates’ and ‘cut money’. “The TMC has leaders but no principles. It has only syndicates and a cut money culture. They want leaders to come to their party and indulge in taking commission,” said Shri Nadda. On the second day, the BJP National President chaired a meeting of MPs, MLAs and State office Bearers of the party. He also addressed a conference of Morcha, Mandal Presidents and members of BJP working committee at science city auditorium in Kolkata and addressed the Nagarik Sammelan in the evening at Kala Mandir in Kolkata.


BJP National President Shri JP Nadda visited the house ‘Vande Mataram Bhawan’ of the legendary Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay in Chinsarah Kolkata on 08 June. In a Twitter message he said, “It was an honour to visit the residence of the legendary Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay ji in Chinsurah. As I walked through this historical place, I felt myself to be a part of its great history. Bankim Babu’s legacy will forever live on in our hearts”.


BJP National President Shri JP Nadda also visited the Rashbehari Bose Research Institute in Chandannagar, Kolkata.

Later Shri Nadda Tweeted, “I had the privilege to visit the Rashbehari Bose Research Institute today. Rashbehari Bose was a revolutionary whose name will always remain etched in the history of our country and of Bengal. I hope his values of nationalism get imbibed in every karyakarta of the @BJP4India.”

Visited The Belur Math

Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda visited the Belur Math in Kolkata on 9th June and paid his respect and tribute to Swami Vivekananda and Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa.
In a Twitter message Shri Nadda said, “I felt a great sense of peace and a jolt of energy in my being while inside this great symbol of religious unity, heritage and national importance”.