Following the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) win in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, as per the latest trends of the Election Commission (ECI), Home Minister Amit Shah said on Sunday that the results have proved that the new India votes on politics of performance.
The Home Minister expressed his gratitude to the people of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh for their immense support.
“Modi ji is in the hearts of the people. Today’s election results have proved that the days of appeasement and caste politics are over. New India votes on Politics of Performance,” Shah posted on X.
“I salute the people of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan for this immense support. Many congratulations to Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji on this grand victory of BJP,” he added.
The BJP is on its way to creating a record in Madhya Pradesh and its expected coming to power again after having ruled the state for 18 of the past 20 years is an apparent indication of the party’s organisational hold in the state as well as the popularity of its schemes and leadership.
Rajasthan seems to have followed the three-decade-old trend of rotating governments and the Congress government led by Ashok Gehlot appears to be on its way out. The BJP has bounced back strongly in Chhattisgarh, where the ruling Congress was supposed to have done well.
Meanwhile, Amit Shah also expressed his gratitude to the people of Telangana for encouraging support.
“Gratitude to Telangana people for encouraging support. Under PM Narendra Modi Ji’s leadership the BJP will continue to work towards the development of Telangana. With people’s support, we will certainly make Telangana a prosperous state. My heartfelt thanks to the Karyakartas of BJP in Telangana and the State President Kishan Reddy Ji for their tireless efforts,” the Home Minister posted on X.
Congress has crossed the majority mark in Telangana and is set to dethrone the K Chandrashekar Rao-led BRS government.
The counting of votes in the four states, which went to the polls last month, started at 8 am on Sunday. (ANI)