Many AZAD workers join BJP
New Delhi: Several workers from the Apni Zindagi Apna Dal (AZAD) party on Monday joined the BJP to campaign for its return to the Central government in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.
Speaking at the event, Azad party leader Sarjeet Singh Khandsal Nandwasi said that he is "very much influenced by Narendra Modi" and that by joining BJP he will be able to contribute towards the true development of the nation, which is possible only under the leadership of someone like Modi.
Present at the event, National Vice President of BJP and the state in-charge for Lok Sabha elections Shyam Jaju said that Nandwasi joining the party is not an isolated incident. "Every day hundreds of people are joining BJP due to the increasing popularity of Narender Modi and BJP," he said.
Praising the BJP government's work in the centre and in various states, Jaju said that Modi's leadership has proven that their party is truly for the betterment of poorer sections of society. Not missing a chance to take a dig at the opposition, Jaju also accused the Congress of looting taxpayers' money for 55 years. He added that the BJP government under Modi's leadership is the only way to go if the country wishes to see dynasty-free and corruption-free politics in India.