Congress will soon be ‘eliminated’ from India: Yediyurappa
BJP leader BS Yediyurappa said on Thursday that after its rout in parliamentary elections in five states, the Congress party would soon be wiped out of the country.
Speaking to reporters here, the BJP stalwart said: “Of the five states where elections were held, Congress was only in power in Punjab. There too, they lost their ground. This indicates that the Congress will soon be wiped out of the country.” Taking a thumbs up from Congress State Speaker DK Shivakumar who was a special election observer for the party in Goa, Yediyurappa said the Congress leader delegate to the neighboring state to prevent poaching shows the bad situation Congress finds itself in.
According to him, the results were in the expected lines and the BJP kept the states, where it was in power.
People in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Manipur and Goa expressed their solidarity with the BJP, the senior BJP official said, adding that the results indicated that the people of the country had accepted the leadership of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Congratulating Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and JP National Party Chairman Nadda, Yediyurappa thanked the people of the five states for continuing to support the BJP. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s development work and his lash against anti-social elements and the mafia helped him win elections for the second time, he claimed.
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