Rajasthan BJP president Madan Lal Saini is busy placating rebels in his party. He is confident that any dissatisfaction will soon be put to rest as the BJP is “cadre-based”. Issues like mob-lynching will not have an impact on the “re-election” of Vasundhara Raje government, he claims.
We will fight this election on the basis of development works we have done at the State and the Centre. Sab ka Saath Sab Ka Vikas is our motto. For the first time in history, India has a government that works for the poor. Congress was in government for a long time, and gave some slogans for poor people, but did nothing for them. DeenDayal Upadhyay, who said that the advantages of development must reach the last person in the queue, guides our words and actions. Schemes such as a health insurance for just ₹12 a day is an example. We have proved that corruption can be curbed. We have provided houses for the homeless, increased scholarships for girl students, including for higher studies abroad, strengthened the public distribution system and implemented the “justice at your doorstep” scheme that has helped thousands of people.
Congress leaders are fighting first among themselves, then they will fight elections. We don’t face any challenges in this election. The polling booth is the base of any democratic system. There is no such party in the world than the BJP which is strong at the level of polling booths. Our opponents do not have workers and leaders at the booth level. Congress thrives in dividing people. They cannot think for the country or the people. People will reject them.
We had to introduced new schemes for the poor as the Congress did nothing except make some hollow promises. They could have done so many things but they used power for corruption. Congress failed to set up a political model for the people and for its own workers. They worked for a family. Now, people feel that our country will also progress like Western countries.