Public need to contemplate, not the BJP

No alternative to Modi in 2019 parliamentary polls: BJP state president

Despite so many scams and instances of corruption, if the Congress’ seats have increased it is the people who need to contemplate not the Bharatiya Janata Party. However, the Assembly polls results will not affect the BJP’s prospects in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. The BJP State president Ajay Bhatt said this while reacting to the results of Vidhan Sabha elections in five States declared on Tuesday. Talking to The Pioneer after the results of the Assembly polls in the five States were out, the BJP State president congratulated all those who had won in the elections. He said, “We respectfully accept the decision of the public. However, despite so many scams and instances of corruption, if the seats of the Congress have increased, then it is the public which need to contemplate, not the Bharatiya Janata Party. The BJP will continue to work hard in the service of the people and for the betterment of the nation.” Taking a dig at the Congress, he said that probably this time they had managed the electronic voting machines. Bhatt was referring to the allegations of EVM tampering levelled by the Congress in past elections where it had lost to the BJP. While the Congress and other parties opposed to the BJP were celebrating the Assembly election results claiming that these were a precursor to the results of the Lok Sabha elections to be held in 2019, the BJP leadership in Uttarakhand differed in its opinion. The BJP State president stressed that the Assembly poll results would not have an impact on the party’s chances in the coming Lok Sabha elections. Bhatt said, “The results of these Vidhan Sabha elections will not have an impact on the Lok Sabha elections of 2019. This is because the whole nation knows that there is no alternative to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.” Read more posts… Wednesday, 12 December 2018 | PNS | Dehradun

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