Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Rajya Sabha MP Raghunandan Sharma cornered Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for the ambiguity over the prospects of the saffron party in the Assembly elections. When he was Speaking to media persons on Sunday, he suggested that people of Madhya Pradesh were distress over some statements of the Chief Minister during poll campaign.
“People were angry that the Chief Minister used language like ‘Mai ka Lal’. This harmed us and it seems that had he not spoken such words, we would have been in a position to get 10-15 seats more. There would not have been a situation of uncertainty,” stated the Rajya Sabha member.
The BJP leader further alleged that the party “might have made mistakes”. He also added that though “the exit polls might turn out to off beam, but they also don’t meet expectations.
However, Sharma, expressed confidence of the BJP victory in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections. He said that let alone 200 plus seats will be satisfied if BJP get the number of seats that won last time. But even if it doesn’t get that it will get majority.
Worth mention here The BJP, led by Shivraj Singh Chouhan, has been in power in Madhya Pradesh for 15 years, and the rival Congress is looking to outing on the anti-incumbency factor to make a comeback in the state.