Guwahati: BJP national spokesman Prakash
Javedkar on Wednesday claimed Assam is poised for a change of guards
in the ensuing Assembly elections.
"Assam is poised for a change of guards as the ruling
Congress is daydreaming that people will give mandate every
after ten years of misrule, corruption and non-governance",
Javedkar told journalists here.
"People are not fool. The all-India trend is very
clear as people are voting for performance and governance
while voting out corrupt and non-performers," he said.
"We are seeking a positive mandate without record in
the NDA-ruled states vis-a-vis the Congress ruled states,"
Javedkar, here to campaign for party candidates for the
Assembly poll, said.
Claiming that the unemployment problem was highest in
Assam with a total of 23 lakh unemployed, the BJP leader
alleged the state was on top of the list on three items -
corruption, bad law and order and price rise.
"In the last ten years more than 12000 civilians were
killed by militants while there were cases of 8000 kidnappings
and 5000 extortion," he said.
"Development is rapidly taking place in BJP-ruled
states of Gujarat, Bihar, Chattisgarh and Uttarakhand. We are
offering a party of governance to the people of Assam,"