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BJP will get majority in polls: Malhotra

Putting its faith in anti-incumbency and the presence of Mayawati-led BSP, the BJP's chief ministerial candidate V K Malhotra claimed his party would get a two-thirds majority in the November 29 assembly elections.

delhi Updated: Nov 24, 2008 17:01 IST

Putting its faith in anti-incumbency and the presence of Mayawati-led BSP, the BJP's chief ministerial candidate in the capital V K Malhotra on Monday claimed his party would get a two-thirds majority in the November 29 assembly elections.

"We will bag 50 assembly seats in Delhi assembly elections. People are fed up with the Congress government in the city as it has failed to fulfil their aspirations despite being in a power for a decade," Malhotra told reporters in New Delhi.

There are a total of 70 seats in the Delhi assembly.

The voters want change and BJP will win hands down, he added.

The senior BJP leader claimed that the presence of BSP would not have any impact on the saffron party's fortune but will affect the Congress votebank.

"BJP will not have any effect due to it (BSP). But the votebank of the our rival Congress will certainly decline," Malhotra said.