BJP upbeat after good poll show
BJP leaders and activists of the district are highly upbeat with the party's resounding victory in the Vidhan Sabha elections in four states and celebrated the occasion by distributing sweets among them.punjab Updated: Dec 08, 2013 17:53 IST
BJP leaders and activists of the district are highly upbeat with the party's resounding victory in the Vidhan Sabha elections in four states and celebrated the occasion by distributing sweets among them.
The main function was held at the Samirpur residence of the senior party leader and former chief minister Prem Kumar Dhumal, where they danced in joy and offered sweets to their leader and others present there.
Talking to mediapersons, Dhumal said the party was on its way to take the reins of the nation and with these elections, it had won the semi-final of the elections.
Dhumal said since people of the nation were fed up with the anti-people policies of the Congress government, the rout of the Congress was bound to happen.
He said there was anti-Congress wave sweeping across the nation and that led to the downfall of the party in all four states where the BJP won with a massive majority.
The BJP leader said the credit for the party victory goes to the dedicated teams of party leaders, activists and people of the respective states where the elections were held.
He said the NaMo card clicked well and people were now eager to make Narendra Modi as the next Indian Prime Minister.
The BJP leader said the party was sure to form its government at the Centre in the Lok Sabha elections and the Congress-led UPA would be routed badly.
He said that there was no scope for third alternative led by Left parties and others. Such parties were only helping the Congress so as to prevent the BJP to come to power. However, people of the country were happy with the past performance of the BJP government at the Centre led by Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
He accused the Congress government in the state of resorting to revenge politics rather than doing its public-related duties.
Dhumal said the state had gone bankrupt and that was why the chief minister was rushing to New Delhi almost every week but returning empty-handed as the condition of the Delhi government was also bad.