Kalka (Har): Seeking electors' mandate in the upcoming Haryana Assembly polls on development plank, Union Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday said BJP will provide a "clean and good governance" in the state.
"BJP is a party of good leaders and fielded good candidates and will provide clean and good governance in the state," Swaraj said while addressing her first public meeting in Haryana since the announcement of polls.
Mentioning the recently launched Jan Dhan Yojna, she said the BJP's policies and programmes are good.
Reaching out the people of the region that falls in foot of Shivalik hills, she said that its an important election for the BJP.
"Earlier the BJP use to fight polls in Haryana in alliance with other political outfits, but now the party is contesting the elections on its own," she said, seeking peoples' mandate for development of Haryana.
Swaraj said that in the Lok Sabha polls, BJP's mission was 272 plus seats and its 50 plus seats in Haryana elections now.
"We have made our mission possible in Lok Sabha by winning 282 seats of our own and will make it in Assembly elections in Haryana too," she said.
Haryana has 90 Assembly seats.
Referring to BJP's performance in the Lok Sabha polls in Haryana where the party won seven out of eight seats it contested, she said Haryana had given not seven but 12 MPs to Parliament.
Besides seven MPs from Haryana, the other five MPs who belonged to the state include she herself, Gen V K Singh (retd) and Sumedha Singh.
Praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi for giving "due representation" to Haryana in his cabinet, she said "this kind of share to the state was never given earlier by any government."
She said the ministers from the state included she herself, Gen V K Singh (retd), Rao Inderjit Singh and Krishanpal Gujjar.