BJP will return to power in Rajasthan: V P Singh
New York: A strong wave of anti-incumbency is sweeping across Rajasthan and it will dislodge the Congress dispensation in the ensuing elections to assembly, Vishwanath Pratap Singh, a BJP MP from the state, has said.
People of Rajasthan have realised that no development had taken place in the state and there was mere noise than action, he said here on the sidelines of an event at the Consulate General of India to welcome Members of Parliament attending leadership programme at Yale University.
"BJP is in a very strong position now and will return with a bang to win at least 125 of the 200 seats in the Vidhan Sabha elections. People are fed up with the poor administration of the Congress that has no vision.
"If there is one state in India that has gone from good to bad and bad to worse in five years that would be only Rajasthan. The present administration has negated and abandoned all the good work of Vasundara Raje for political reasons."
Narendra Modi as Prime Minister and Vasundara Raje as Rajasthan Chief Minister will usher in a new era to the development-starved state, he said.
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