Gujarat elections a trailer, Rajasthan bypolls interval, film coming in 2019: Shiv Sena to BJP
NEW DELHI: Taking a shot at Bharatiya Janata Social gathering’s efficiency in Rajasthan bypolls and Gujarat 2017 Meeting elections, Shiv Sena on Friday mentioned that there is no query of going for an alliance in upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
“Gujarat elections have been a trailer and Rajasthan bypoll the interval. Now the movie we’ll present in 2019. No query of going again from our decision of combating alone in 2019. As soon as arrow has left the bow, it does not come again,”mentioned Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut.
Attacking Modi authorities’s closing full Union funds, offered by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Raut mentioned, “Jaitley’s Union Finances 2018 was unbelievable however solely on paper. Farmers are committing suicide, it will not be appropriate to remark about it is implementation so quickly.”
The Congress social gathering posted a spectacular victory within the Ajmer and Alwar Lok Sabha bypolls, defeating the closest BJP rivals with large margins. Congress additionally received the Mandalgarh Meeting seat.
Congress’ victory has come as a giant jolt for Vasundhara Raje-led BJP authorities, which is eyeing a second time period within the state. Taking to Twitter, the Chief Minister wrote that she accepts the decision of the individuals with humility.
“We’ve labored tirelessly over time, with the individuals of Rajasthan as our centre of consideration and shall work tougher, with renewed fervour and dedication, taking our stunning State to new heights,” she mentioned.
Raje additional mentioned, “Our efforts shall proceed and we’ll hold the welfare of the individuals of Rajasthan on the forefront, as democracy is finally for and of the individuals. I congratulate the successful candidates and welcome them to this celebration of democracy.”
Defeating the BJP’s Shakti Singh Hada, Congress candidate Vivek Dhakar received Mandalgarh Meeting seat by 12,976 votes. In Ajmer, Congress candidate Raghu Sharma defeated BJP’s Ramswaroop Lamba, whereas in Alwar, Congress chief Dr Karan Singh Yadav established his victory, defeating the BJP’s Jaswant Yadav by 196,496 votes.
Congress’ chief Rahul Gandhi additionally took to Twitter to congratulate social gathering cadres. “Nicely executed Rajasthan Congress! Pleased with every considered one of you. It is a rejection of the BJP by the individuals of Rajasthan.”