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During Vajpayee's time, Sangh was needed… Now BJP is able; J. P. Nadda's controversial statement caused excitement









New Delhi; News Agency: During the time of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the BJP needed the ideological guidance of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). With the passage of time, the BJP party has grown. Controversial statement by BJP president J. P. Nadda did. It has created excitement in the political circle.

J. P. Highlights from Nadda's interview

  • Sangh is a cultural and social organisation, while BJP is a party.
  • BJP is now able to function independently of BJP.
  • The work of the Sangh is ideological, while the work of the BJP is political, so we are carrying out our responsibilities to the best of our ability.
  • BJP has no plans to build temples in Mathura and Varanasi.

Governance is based on BJP's faith

During an interview on a news channel, he was asked whether the BJP needed the Sangh's support. On this, Nadda said that the Sangh was established in the year 1925. Earlier, BJP needed the ideological guidance of the Sangh. During the time of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, guidance was sought from the Sangh. BJP was a small party at that time. Sangh's contribution in building BJP is valuable. Now the situation has changed. No senior leader of BJP is a campaigner or office bearer of the party. Now BJP is able to function independently. As the party has grown, BJP is running on trust. Nadda said that now the BJP leaders and office bearers are fulfilling their responsibilities as per the mission of the party.

There is no plan to build a temple in Mathura, Varanasi

Nadda clarified that BJP has no plans to build temples in Mathura and Varanasi. He said that there is no such topic or discussion on BJP's agenda.

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