New Delhi: After seeing an impressive performance of the Bhartiya Janata Party in Assam assembly election, the party’s president- Amit Shah while speaking to the media agency, stated that the mandate was not only a fallout of anti- incumbency, it was a vote for a positive alternative.
Moreover, he also confirmed that the profile of the BJP party has risen in Kerala, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. He also made it clear that there have been 7 elections, since the Modi- Government assumed the office, and out of them, BJP won 5 in the various states like Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir and recently in Assam. Moreover, this party has also increased the votes in Bihar and Delhi, though the election battle lost by it.
Assam remained under administration of Congress for a long time, since independence and about 15 years, that party was in office. Now, it can safely be said that two years of Modi’s Government, it has strengthened faith of people in BJP. Amit Shah said “people feel the nation is headed in the right direction and all will be treated as equal, will get equal opportunity and those who are lagging in the race for development will receive more attention from the government.”