Congress on Friday took a swipe at the BJP saying its leaders are unable to digest their "unexpected" victory in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections and were trying to attack others without any reason.
Political experts generally point towards an anti-incumbency factor in an election having a higher polling percentage but the ruling BJP in Madhya Pradesh hopes it will script a hat-trick in the Assembly polls amid a "pro-incumbency" wave across the state.
Election Commission has detected instances of "paid news" in favour of Madhya Pradesh Law Minister Narottam Mishra in the run-up to the Assembly election for which Rs 42,000 have been added to his poll expenses.
Attacking Congress for "doing nothing for poor", BJP`s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Saturday said the ruling party, over generations never wanted to educate people and eliminate poverty as it was afraid of being stripped of power.
Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Friday expressed his gratitude towards the support of the masses through-out his election campaigns and rallies in the poll-bound Madhya Pradesh ahead of the Assembly Elections.