Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Parliamentary Board secretary and Rajya Sabha MP from Himachal JP Nadda on Saturday said that the party's parting of ways with Shiv Sena would not impact the BJP's forming of government in Maharashtra.
Nadda, while interacting informally before leaving from here to Mahendragarh for the election campaign, said, "The way country is heading under the good governance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the public of Maharashtra and Haryana also seem eager to bring BJP in complete majority in the upcoming assembly election in these two states."
He said that the PM was going to address 25 rallies in Maharashtra and 10 in Haryana, in favour of the BJP.
On the bad condition of Kiratpur- Manali National Highway, Nadda assured proper care and said the Modi government was committed to overall development.
Commenting on the state government in Himachal, Nadda said that fighting among leaders brought development work to a standstill. "Lawlessness in the state has brought unrest among the public," said Nadda.