We have to win all 9 Assembly elections in 2023’: JP Nadda at key BJP meet

During the first day of the two-day-long Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national executive meeting in New Delhi on Monday, attendees discussed a nine-point political resolution, moved by Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju, sources said. As per party sources, during the first day of the national executive meeting, Union Law Minister and party leader proposed a nine-point political resolution, which was seconded by Uttar Pradesh`s Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya along with Karnataka`s State Minister Govind Karjol.

Union minister Kiren Rijiju highlighted several instances in the resolution accusing the opposition parties of running a negative campaign against the party and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Addressing a press conference at NDMC Convention Centre, New Delhi, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that various topics were discussed during the meeting today which included the discussion on the Opposition`s derogatory remarks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, G20, and Assembly elections.

"Today a briefing has been held on how the activities of the 4 states are progressing which include Tripura, Nagaland, Meghalaya, and Karnataka," she said."There have been detailed discussions over 9 points introduced in the resolution for this year`s NEC.

The first discussion was on how opposition parties are using abusive language for attacking PM Modi ji," Sitharaman said. Accusing the Opposition of continuously running negative campaigns against the BJP and PM Modi, Nirmala Sitharaman said that the Supreme Court "crushed" their campaigns and "exposed them"."Opposition continuously ran negative campaigns against BJP and used abusive language to attack PM on many issues like Pegasus, Rafael deal, Enforcement Directorate money laundering, Central Vista, Economic basis-reservations, and Demonetization. All these cases were fought in court and judgement has been in favour of the central govt. SC crushed Opposition`s negative campaigns and exposed them through legal responses," she said.