Kanpur: Claiming that BJP will get full majority in Assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana, Union Minister Thawarchand Gehlot on Tuesday said the saffron party will not need any political party's support to form governments in the two states.
Gehlot had come in the city to inaugurate the modernisation project of Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India (ALIMCO) at Naramau.
"There was no question of taking support of any political party as we are going to get the full majority in these elections," Gehlot told reporters.
When asked whether he will get support of the Shiv Sena if the BJP does not get full majority, he said there will be no need of it.
The Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment said that for the modernisation project of ALIMCO, the Centre has granted a budget of Rs 280 crore and a time period of 37 months has been set to accomplish the project.