BJP confident of forming next govt at the Centre
The BJP on Tuesday exuded confidence that it will win majority in 2014 general elections and form the next government at the Centre.
Patna: Alleging that the UPA rule remained marred with mis-governance and corruption, the BJP on Tuesday exuded
confidence that it will win majority in 2014 general elections and form the next government at the Centre.
BJP national general secretary Dharmendra Pradhan claimed the electorate will teach UPA a lesson at the hustings in the polls.
Pradhan asserted people are "suffering" under the corrupt UPA government and are are looking upto the BJP-led NDA as a viable alternative at the Centre.
"It is the bounden duty of the our party to live upto the expectations of the people and BJP will do as much," he said.
Pradhan, who has been recently made the party in-charge of Bihar, said the state will lead the country in giving a majority of seats to the NDA in the Lok Sabha elections.
Speaking on the occasion, senior BJP leader and Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi said Bihar has historically provided guidance to the national politics.