Expressing his wish to contest parliamentary election from Rohtak constituency, national spokesperson of Bharatiya Janata Party Capt Abhimanyu has said that if the party would want him, he would love to win this seat for the party.
He was addressing mediapersons at his residence in Sector 14 here on Tuesday.
Notably, Capt Abhimanu had contested two parliamentary elections from Rohtak constituency - in 2004 against chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and later against his son Deepender Singh Hooda in 2005 by-poll. He lost on both the accounts.
He said NaMo wave had helped the party win election in four states, besides increasing the vote share. He said that the mandate in four states - Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh and New Delhi - was a referendum against corruption.
On the upsurge of Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi, he said that it was clear that the electorate would vote for honest and clean candidates. On the chargesheet against senior IAS officer Ashok Khemka, Abhimanyu said that the 'corruption ridden' state government was targeting the honest IAS officer for he had called spade a spade in connection with Robert Vadra's land deals. He said that once voted to power, the BJP would take action against the bureaucrats who were harassing Khemka.