New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Friday claimed there was a "BJP wave" in Delhi and the party will form the next government here, and there will be a better coordination with the Central government if the national capital was also ruled by the BJP.
As early trends indicated that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is leading in majority seats in Jharkhand, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Tuesday said that it is imminent that the party will form a government in the state.
Promising to provide a government in the national capital like that of Narendra Modi-led Central government, Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay on Saturday said that after wining Assembly elections, they will work for the welfare of people.
Projecting BJP as a fresh alternative to other parties which have ruled Jammu and Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday urged voters to dump the "three offenders"-- National Conference, PDP and Congress--in the Assembly polls for a better life.
Campaigning ended on Friday for the fourth phase of Assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir, which will see voting on 18 seats with a total of 182 candidates in the fray, including Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and PDP patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed.
BJP, which is leaving no stone unturned to form its first government in Jammu and Kashmir, has launched a high-pitch poll campaign for the 20 seats in Jammu region on Friday which will go to polls in the fourth and final phase of elections in the state.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday described the terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir as a "shameful act on the democratic process" in the state, which is witnessing a healthy turnout in assembly polls.
Ahead of 2nd phase of assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday, authorities have deployed around 400 additional companies of police and paramilitary forces to ensure free, fair and incident free elections.
National Conference Says PM Modi's Speeches Defamatory, Files Complaint With Election CommissionThe National Conference today filed a complaint with the Election Commission (EC) against Prime Minister Narendra Modi for making "wild, unsubstantiated and defamatory accusations" against the party leadership during his recent speeches in election rallies in the state.
With three militant attacks in the last couple of days in Jammu and Kashmir, the state's police chief on Sunday said anti-national elements and militant outfits would try to disrupt the ongoing Assembly polls in the state.