UDF, LDF both are ideologically bankrupt: JP Nadda in Kerala

Idukki (Kerala), Mar 27 (ANI): Ahead of the assembly polls in the state of Kerala, while addressing a public gathering in Thodupuzha town of Idukki district on March 27, BJP chief JP Nadda said, “Our vote share has increased from 5% to 16% to 18%-19%, but seat share hasn’t. Time has come to say goodbye to communists, United Democratic Front (UDF), Left Democratic Front (LDF) and Congress.” “They have been coming in to power like musical chairs. Both (LDF and UDF) are ideologically bankrupt,” he added. “Kerala's 40 nurses in Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS)-controlled Iraq were brought back safely, 46 nurses from Libya were also brought back. When it comes to taking care of Kerala people, not only inside state but in any party of India or the world, it's PM Modi who has given emotional support,” Nadda further stated.