How Bharat Nyay Yatra from Manipur be possible: BJP

Imphal: Manipur BJP president K. Saratkumar on Thursday said, “At this present situation of Manipur, how Malikarjun Kharge will take the Bharat Nyay Yatra and on which route the yatra will head.”

Saratkumar said this against Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee’s announcement that ‘Bharat Nyay Yatra’ will launch from Manipur to reach Mumbai.

National president of Indian National Congress, Malikarjun Kharge will flag off the journey and it will be led by Rahul Gandhi.

Recently, state government has announced to open the national highways of Manipur and as a part of the initiatives, the state government announced to resume Manipur State Transport buses from Imphal to Kangpokpi district and Imphal to Churachandpur. However, both the buses were not able to reach their destination as the buses were blocked by agitators at Kangpokpi district and other bus heading for Churachandpur was returned without reaching its destination, the BJP leader said.

Saratkumar was talking to reporters at BJP office, here.

Congress cannot abolish Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). BJP will win in every state where Rahul Gandhi visit for election campaign BJP, he said.

Congress has 50 seat in Parliament out of the total MP seat of 543, he added.

Saratkumar said during the period of Indian National Congress, they made history for various scams including helicopter scam, coal scam and others. However, during the BJP government Manipur was honoured by renaming Mt Harriet into Mt Manipur and naming an Indian Naval Ship as ‘Imphal’. Moreover, the BJP government implemented Inner Line Permit system in Manipur and all the government beneficiaries were benefitted with direct transfer benefit, he added.

State BJP strongly condemned the allegation made by congress MLA Th. Lokeshwar that BJP is trying to kill the ethnic communities of Manipur, Saratkumar said. The allegation is baseless and BJP never instigate any community to create enmity among each other.

The present crisis is instigated by illegal immigrants from Myanmar, he added.

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