BJP Will Get Record Seats From South

BJP Will Spring A Surprise With Record Seats, Especially From South

Rakesh Tripathi, spokesperson of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), claims that the party will easily achieve its target of 400-plus seats with astonishing results from southern states. His Views:

In the last elections (2019), the BJP in Uttar Pradesh won 64 seats (as against 71 in 2014) despite the Samajwadi Party and BSP coming together. This time, we are not only going to achieve better results than 2014, thanks to our additional efforts and Modi-Yogi magic. Likewise, we are not only going to sustain our strength in the states where we have a dominant presence, like Rajasthan, Haryana, MP, Uttarakhand etc., we shall improve in states like West Bengal, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana etc.

Thanks to the tedious efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and our motto of delivering what we promise, our results in the southern states like Tamil Nadu and Kerala will surprise our detractors. In this context, I would like to point out the commitment and the ‘thirst’ with which, for example, our Tamil Nadu state president K Annamalai is working 24×7. Besides being young and vibrant with the sole aim to serve the people and the country, he has been in politics for less than four years and he is already a youth icon, who has rattled the Dravidian ecosystem and established BJP as the primary anti-DMK force in the South.

Similarly, the chief minister of Assam, Himanta Biswa Sharma, is working effortlessly in the northeast along with others and BJP will definitely improve its figures in that region too.

The BJP delivers what it promises. Take for example, the abrogation of Article 370, the Ram Temple, triple talaq, NRC, etc. Whatever we promised in 2014 and 2019, most have been delivered and the others are in the pipeline. This time, our manifesto, which has been prepared after immense review, discussions and ideas (from grassroots level workers), has promises that we can deliver and we will deliver. Like our PM says, our vision is not 2029 but we have 2047 on our target when India will be a developed and a self-reliant country.

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The promises made by other opposition parties in their manifesto are not more than a bunch of lies and claims which border on the weird. Take for example Rahul Gandhi’s promise of equal distribution of wealth among Indians. His `Khata khat, Khata Khat, Khata Khat idhar se udhar (from the bank accounts of the rich to the poor) is similar to his `Idhar se aloo, udhar se sona’ claim. Likewise, his wiser RJD counterpart, Tejashwi Yadav is promising Old Pension Scheme, Rs 1 lakh annually to women of poor households, discontinuing Agniveer, MSP on more crops, and other tall claims.

The Opposition is not able to find suitable candidates to contest elections against us in many states. It is evident from the ever-changing candidates and seats where no one is willing to contest. Take for example the revelations of ex-Congressman Prof Gaurav Vallabh who is now with BJP. He says that all Congressmen are advised/directed to target wealth creators and Sanatan Dharma.

A majority of Congress leaders and workers are not willing to contest elections and a stark example is that out of the 100 Congress Working Committee members, only three are contesting elections. Take for instance the seats of Rae Bareli and Amethi in Uttar Pradesh. Once the two seats were Congress pocket borough; today the party is still undecided who to field from the two constituencies.

As told to Rajat Rai

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