‘BJP will return with 2/3rd seats’

Ahmedabad Mirror | 1 month ago | 01-12-2022 | 06:00 am

‘BJP will return with 2/3rd seats’

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said the BJP will win Gujarat with a two-third majority and that the Congress is fighting for its existence. As for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Singh said it is in the fray to register its presence.Addressing media persons at the BJP’s media centre in Thaltej, Singh accused the Congress of creating maximum credibility crisis in Indian politics. He also highlighted the difference in the promises made by the party and their implementation. He said the BJP is confident of creating history and will break all previous records.“All the poll experts believe the BJP is going to win more than two-thirds of the seats. For the Congress, it is a fight for its existence while AAP is fighting to register its presence,” said Singh.The first phase of the Gujarat Assembly Elections will be held on December 1.“Over the years, people’s trust in BJP has increased and the saffron party will break all previous records and retain power in the state,” he said.He said that had Congress delivered on its promises, India would have become the world’s strongest country.“Everyone knows if there is a political party which has created the maximum credibility crisis in Indian politics, it is Congress. There is a huge difference between what they promised and what they delivered. On the other hand, the BJP always kept its word and fulfilled the promises mentioned in its manifestos since the time of Jan Sangh,” he said.He said even as other parties face a crisis of credibility, the BJP has emerged as the symbol of credibility in Indian politics.“After Modiji took the reins in 2014, our country’s stature has grown in the world,” Singh added.Speaking on the BJP’s poll promise to implement the Uniform Civil Code in Gujarat if elected again, Singh said the party’s policy has been very clear about UCC since the days of the Jan Sangh.“We do not change our stand from time to time. Optics and politics are not taken into consideration while taking any decision,” the senior union minister added.(with agency inputs)

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