Bengaluru: BJP National President J. P. Nadda on Friday January 6 stressed that the culture of politics has seen a vast change after Narendra Modi took over as the Prime Minister of India in 2014.
Nadda was addressing a gathering of professionals and intellectuals in a programme here as part of the campaign for the upcoming Assembly polls in the State. He accused Congress of indulging in politics of divide and rule for a long. Congress represents corruption, commission and casteism, he said and added that the BJP stands for mission, development and service to society.
”When Modi took over, it was not only a change of a Government or party, it was a change of nation’s political culture of the country,” he reiterated.