Lucknow: Claiming that all the promises
made by the BJP in its UP poll manifesto had been fulfilled in
party-ruled states, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh on Tuesday said Uttar Pradesh would witness a change if the BJP was
voted to power in the state.
"The party`s manifesto for UP has been implemented in
BJP-ruled states. If given a chance to rule in UP, the party
will change the face of the state by ensuring development," he
told reporters here.
On the naxal problem in his state, Singh said his
government was dealing with it by ensuring development in
areas infested with extremists.
On alleged mining scam in Chhattisgarh, he said neither
he nor his relatives owned any mine as they were involved in
BJP women wing chairperson Smriti Irani favoured "Nari
adalat" to deal with crime related to women.