Nitin Gadkari: BJP Achieved in 10 Years What Congress Couldn't in 60 Years
Nitin Gadkari: BJP Achieved in 10 Years What Congress Couldn't in 60 Years

Mandi: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Thursday asserted that the BJP-led central government has accomplished in 10 years what the Congress could not achieve in 60 years of its rule. He expressed confidence that if the BJP were given as much time in power as the Congress, India would become an economic superpower and poverty would be eradicated.

Speaking at a public meeting in Mandi, Gadkari stated, "What the Congress couldn't do in 60 years, we (BJP) have done in 10 years, I can say this with confidence. But what you have seen so far is just a trailer, the real movie is yet to start. If we (BJP) get an opportunity like the Congress, India will become an economic superpower in the world, a 'Vishwa Guru,' and poverty will be eradicated."

He urged the people to vote for BJP's Mandi Lok Sabha candidate, Kangana Ranaut, saying, "On the day of the election, go to vote and press the button of the lotus flower, choose Kangana ji, and then don't worry. I will change the situation here. Press the button of the lotus flower, make BJP win, make Kangana ji victorious, and leave the rest of the work to Modi ji and me. We will work with a double engine and complete the work, I promise this."

Kangana Ranaut, representing the BJP, is contesting against Congress heavyweight Vikramaditya Singh, son of the late former chief minister Virbhadra Singh, for the Mandi Lok Sabha seat. The Mandi constituency is a significant stronghold for the Congress, currently held by Pratibha Devi Singh, the late leader's widow. She secured the seat for the Congress in a by-election following the death of BJP MP Ram Swaroop Sharma.

The 2024 general elections in Himachal Pradesh are scheduled for a single phase on June 1. The state has four Lok Sabha constituencies: Kangra, Mandi, Hamirpur, and Shimla. Additionally, by-polls will be held for six Himachal Pradesh assembly seats on the same day, which became vacant after the disqualification of rebel Congress MLAs.

The results for both the Lok Sabha elections and the assembly polls will be announced on June 4. In the 2019 elections, the BJP won all four Lok Sabha constituencies in Himachal Pradesh.

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