MP assembly elections: Anti-incumbency factor won`t work in MP, says Tomar
Khandwa: Stating that anti-incumbency factor would not work against BJP in the MP assembly elections, state unit president Narendra Singh Tomar has said that "winnability" would be the only criterion while selecting nominees.
"The anti-incumbency factor will not work against the BJP in the elections," Tomar told reporters here yesterday.
He said that BJP was not over-confident about the elections, but it was hopeful of a victory due to the developmental work done by the government.
"I am confident that the BJP will win more seats this year than it had won in 2008 and a government would be formed again under Shivraj Singh Chouhan," Tomar said.
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