Chandigarh: Assembly elections in five states have now reached its last phase. Campaigning for the last phase of voting has come to a halt today. After the election campaign came to a halt, the BJP seems to be fully confident of forming a government in the poll-bound states. BJP president J P Nadda, while talking to the media on Saturday, claimed that we will form an absolute majority government in four states where we have a government.
JP Nadda also claimed to have yielded better than expected results in Punjab. After campaigning for the last phase of assembly elections came to a halt, the BJP president has said that the first phase of elections started in the midst of corona infection. Thanking the people of five poll-bound states, he said, "In Uttar Pradesh, Manipur, Goa and Uttarakhand, we have seen that people voted in favour of the BJP.''
Claiming to be playing politics of issues, the BJP president said, "We fought elections on issues of women's empowerment, empowerment of farmers and empowerment of backward and poor people. The schemes that we have launched under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi have had a positive impact. The BJP president also mentioned schemes like Ujjwala, Jan Dhan, Swabhagya, free ration and said that the development of the person standing at the last rung of the society in the elections was our issue. "If we talk about education, 10 educational institutions, 78 degree colleges, 59 medical colleges, two AIIMS are opened in Uttar Pradesh. One AIIMS each was also opened in Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur. Nadda also listed five airports in Uttar Pradesh as well as other plans, including the proposed All Weather Road for the Char Dham Yatra in Uttarakhand. Rule of law has prevailed in Uttar Pradesh.''