New Delhi: The BJP is forming the government in Gujarat for the seventh consecutive time. After this victory, PM Narendra Modi also reached the BJP head office in Delhi to express gratitude to the public and workers.
Addressing the workers, he said, “I bow before the people, this mandate is overwhelming. Where the Bharatiya Janata Party did not win directly, the BJP’s vote share is a testimony to your affection.”
He said, “I express my gratitude to the people of Gujarat, Himachal and Delhi. Your love was also shown in the bypolls. BJP has won in Rampur, UP. The BJP’s performance in the Bihar elections is showing the performance of the coming days. I also express my gratitude to the Election Commission of India.”
At the outset, party president JP Nadda, in his address, thanked the workers who worked in Gujarat, Himachal and Delhi elections and said, “Under the leadership of Modi, we have got a record victory in Gujarat.” This is the victory of evolution. The policy of providing two meals, electricity, toilets, cylinders in the house of the poor gave us victory.
He attacked AAP without naming Kejriwal. Nadda said, a new party has come to insult Gujarat. He came up with a pamphlet and started predicting that his party would form the government.
The reckless leaders who mislead the people should apologise to the people of Gujarat. There has not been a single leader in independent India who carries a board saying I am bitterly honest. These cutters are dishonest.”
BJP wins bigger than Congress
The record of the biggest victory in the Gujarat Assembly elections was in the name of the Congress. The party had won 149 seats in 1985 under the leadership of Madhavsinh Solanki.
The BJP will break the record of the biggest victory as soon as it crosses the 150 mark. The BJP had won 127 seats in the 2002 elections. During the election campaign, PM Modi had said – Bhupendra will break Narendra’s record. This is what the results show.