Mumbai: BJP on Friday said that the
anti-Congress mood reflected in the recent Maharashtra civic
election results, will be seen in the five states, where
Assembly polls are being held.
"In Maharashtra, the number of votes and seats of the
Congress came down drastically. People`s anger against the
party will be seen through the results of the five states on
March 6," BJP spokesman Prakash Javadekar told reporters here.
He hit out at the Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar for
encouraging criminalisation of politics in the state. "Use of
money and muscle power has become rampant at the behest of NCP
and particularly its leader Ajit Pawar. BJP will expose this
nexus," Javadekar charged.
Referring to Uttar Pradesh, Javadekar said his party
will get second position in the number of seats. "The results
will be surprising and BJP will do much better," he claimed.
Reacting to the resignation of scientist R Narasimha
as member of the Space Commission, Javadekar said the BJP
condemned the government for its handling of the controversial
Antrix-Devas deal, in which, top scientists have been
"The government is deliberately acting in this manner
to shrug off any accountability of the PMO officials," he