By Gourab Gupta, Kolkata, Sept 30 IBNS | 2 years ago

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Rajnath Singh said the success of India awaits BJP's governance, for which the party is preparing a vision document of economic model, 80 percent of which has already been completed under the chairmanship of its former President Nitin Gadkari. Addressing a seminar on Outlook for a balanced economic growth, Rajnath said here on Monday

"We will provide the country with a transparent government," claimed Singh.

Reacting on West Bengal's current development status, the BJP head clarified that, "Regional imbalance is prevalent in Bengal. Development could have embraced Bengal in 35 odd years had the government done something here. We will try to fix the cracks of such states when we emerge as the victors in 2014 general elections."

On being asked about Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi's move to dismiss the ordinance against disqualification of convicted lawmakers publicly, the BJP President said, "Rahul should not have slammed the government while the PM is abroad."

The government appeared red faced after the Congress scion baffled the country over his personal remarks on the the ordinance shielding the convicted MPs and MLAs by calling it a complete nonsense and should be torn up immediately a few days ago.

(Posted on 01-10-2013)