BJP will repeat its electoral success in Chhattisgarh: Raman Singh

BJP will repeat its electoral success in Chhattisgarh: Raman Singh


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Former Chief Minister Raman Singh on Wednesday claimed that BJP would repeat the electoral success in Chhattisgarh.

"Individuals of Chhattisgarh have voted for the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. We're getting ready to repeat the electoral success of 2014," Singh informed ANI.

"Inside 5 months, individuals have develop into indignant with Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel. They haven't fulfilled their ballot guarantees right here. They've stopped the event works within the state," he stated.

In 2014, the BJP had swept the polls and gained 10 seats out of 11 Lok Sabha seats within the state.

Commenting on the exit polls which predicted a second time period for Modi-led authorities, Singh stated, "No one has any doubt about PM Modi in any a part of the nation. BJP can also be performing nicely within the states the place its presence was not perceived to be good."

Commenting on Congress president Rahul Gandhi's tweet terming exits polls as pretend, the previous chief minister stated, "Totally different businesses have carried out the exit polls. They only don't need to settle for it. Tomorrow, they may know the choice of the individuals."

Earlier, Rahul tweeted, "Pricey Congress celebration staff, the subsequent 24 hours are actually essential. Be cautious and vigilant and do not be afraid. You're preventing for the reality. Don't be upset due to the pretend exit polls. Consider in your self and the Congress social gathering. Your exhausting work will not go in useless."

Singh additionally attacked the opposition events for questioning the credibility of the EVMs.

"Once they had gained in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, EVMs have been good. Once they assume they're dropping, they blame the individuals and EVMs," he stated. In Chhattisgarh, 11 Lok Sabha seats witnessed polling within the first three phases of Lok Sabha polls. The counting of votes will happen on Might 23.