HindustanTimes Fri,26 Dec 2014

BJP still confident of fulfilling ‘Mission 25’

HT Correspondent  Jaipur, May 10, 2014
First Published: 22:54 IST(10/5/2014) | Last Updated: 22:55 IST(10/5/2014)

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders expressed hope of registering victory on all 25 Lok Sabha seats results for which would be announced on May 16.

In a feedback meeting held at the party head office here on Saturday, the contesting candidates, election in-charges, election agents, in-charges of various cells, and district presidents gave feedback about the election strategy and expected results.

Addressing the meeting, chief minister Vasundhara Raje thanked all the leaders and workers for success of the party in assembly elections and expected victory in Lok Sabha polls. She said the party would win all 25 seats and it would set an example in the country.

She said the party workers are busy from the time when Suraaj Sankalp yatra launched last year. Thereafter, the workers have dedicated themselves for the assembly elections and Lok Sabha election. “This campaign will not end with Lok Sabha results. We will keep this on for public service in next five years,” she said.

The CM said the government’s doors are always open for the workers and public as such there is no need for protests and dharnas.

State BJP in-charge Kaptan Singh Solanki and National secretary Bhupendra Yadav were also present in the feedback meeting. The leaders talked to all 25 candidates and got separate feedback about all seats.

According to insiders, the leadership is worried about three seats - Barmer, Dausa and Sikar. In Barmer and Sikar party rebels Jaswant Singh and Subhash Maharia contested as independents while in Dausa party candidate faced tough competition from Kirodi Lal Meena, patron of National Peoples’ Party.

Party vice president Onkar Singh Lakhawat said an election report from all constituencies has been sought by May 20. He said the reports would be prepared and sent by all election in-charges and district presidents. He said training for workers would be held for May 16 counting.

more from Jaipur

Rajasthan govt soon to adopt ‘backward’ Bharatpur division, says Raje

The Rajasthan government has planned to adopt the ‘backward’ Bharatpur division, chief minister Vasundhra Raje said on Wednesday. The division comprises Bharatpur, Dholpur, Sawai Madhopur and Karauli districts.

Most Popular
Copyright © 2014 HT Media Limited. All Rights Reserved