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Political partiyan pariwar ki partiyan band gayi aur BJP party hi pariwar ban gayi: Nadda

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Political partiyan pariwar ki partiyan band gayi aur BJP party hi pariwar ban gayi: Nadda

Political partiyan pariwar ki partiyan band gayi aur BJP party hi pariwar ban gayi: Nadda

BJP National President JP Nadda said that all political parties including Congress are restricted to just dynasty politics.

It's only BJP wherein party has become a family.

"Whoever has got the opportunity to be part of BJP, they're fortunate," he said.

Nadda is on a two-day visit to Varanasi.


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