Giridih, Apr 1 UNI | 4 months ago

BJP president Rajnath Singh today exuded confidence that his party on its own will get a majority in the Lok Sabha, but all coalition partners will be included in the government.

Talking to reporters after addressing an election meeting in Thakurwadi Maidan in Suriya of Koderma LS area, Mr Rajnath Singh told reporters that coalition partners will be included in the next government despite the BJP being sure of bagging the majority on its own.

Replying to another query as to why the party failed to stitch an alliance with the TDP in Andhra Pradesh, he said there was no need of alliance in that state.

''There was no need of alliance in Andhra Pradesh but our party has stitched alliance with various small political parties in other states,'' Mr Singh said.

Criticising the UPA government, he said it was only due to the wrong economic policies of the Congress party that corruption, inflation and price rise was on an all time high in the country.

He also accused the Congress of bringing instability in Jharkhand.

''Under the BJP rule the so called 'bimaru' states of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh attained new heights of development but Jharkhand has lagged,'' Mr Singh said, adding that if the BJP forms the next government in Jharkhand with full majority than the entire state will be fully developed.

Mr Singh will later also address election meetings in Palamu, Chatra and Hazaribagh Lok Sabha areas.

(Posted on 01-04-2014)