Handing out defeat to key Congress candidates, BJP washed out the ruling party completely in Hadouti region of Rajasthan by winning 16 out of 17 seats.
Accepting moral responsibility for defeat of ruling Congress in Rajasthan, PCC chief Chandrabhan today resigned.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) under the leadership of Vasundhara Raje is expected to make a big comeback in Rajasthan, exit poll surveys indicated on Wednesday.
Rajasthan districts bordering Pakistan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab recorded an increase in voter turnout in the Assembly polls which witnessed a historic turnout of 75.2 per cent.
Hitting out at ruling Congress at Centre and in Rajasthan, BJP accused the party of robbing people`s money to fill up its own treasury and said it was the reason for economic crisis in the country.
Congress on Tuesday expelled eight office bearers for six years for campaigning against the party`s official candidate for the December 1 elections in Rajasthan.
Taking on Narendra Modi and the BJP, Manmohan Singh while addressing a rally here said that unlike the Opposition leaders the Congress leaders do not use un-parliamentary language.
Narendra Modi made a scathing attack on Ashok Gehlot-led Congress government while addressing a rally in the poll-bound Rajasthan.
SOPs to farmers, students, senior citizens and other sections of the society, besides ensuring five per cent reservation to Gujjar and other communities are part of the Congress manifesto announced.
Bharatiya Janata Party’s Rajasthan chief, Vasundhara Raje, filed her nomination from Jhalawar on Monday and promised to bring a change in the state if her party was voted to power.
A former Rajasthan Minister has quit Congress and joined the Rashtrawadi Congress Party ahead of the Assembly elections in the state.
BJP said it will fight elections in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Delhi on good governance, against maladministration and corruption and hold rallies of LK Advani and Narendra Modi.
Congress will declare its candidates for the upcoming Rajasthan Assembly elections at least two months in advance to provide them ample time for poll preparations, a senior party leader said on Tuesday.
In poll-bound Rajasthan both Congress and BJP have started their public campaigns, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot targeted BJP`s Vasundhara Raje, accusing her of reaching out to masses only during polls.
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