BJP Sweeps Assembly Elections in Three States, Modi Hails ‘Sabka Saath-Sabka Vikas’

New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has emerged victorious in three of the four states that went to the polls, prompting jubilant celebrations among party workers across the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, adding party workers at the BJP headquarters in Delhi, attributed victories to the spirit of ‘Sabka Saath-Sabka Vikas’ (together, for every country’s development).

“Today, the spirit of ‘Sabka Saath-Sabka Vikas’ has won in all three states,” Modi said. “There are only four castes in the country: the poor, youth, women, and farmers. All four castes have shown great enthusiasm for the BJP’s roadmap.”

Modi lauded the role of women in the party’s success. ” The power of women in this country has already been determined.” It is as a result of this that we have been able to win today. Every woman in the country is confident that their active participation in the BJP government is going to reach new heights. The responsibility of women’s safety is the biggest guarantee of our party.”

Modi also highlighted the party’s commitment to the welfare of marginalised sections of society. “Today, every disappointed person has the feeling that he has won this election. Every farmer is considering it his victory. Every first-time voter is saying that this has happened because of my vote. Every youth who dreams of his future sees his victory in this victory.”

Taking a swipe at the opposition, Modi targeted their handling of papal leaks and recruitment scams. “Today, the confidence of the youth of the country is increasing, and only the BJP can work to fulfil their aspirations. Today, the tribal community of the country is also actively expressing its views. This is the society that remained deprived for 7 days due to the policies of Congress. Today, its population is close to 10 million. We have also seen in Gujarat that the tribal society wiped out the Congress.”

Later, as the BJP’s victory became apparent, party workers went to the hеadquartiers in Delhi, celebrating the cutouts of Prime Minister Modi and distributing swееts. In addition to the workers, BJP national practitioner Jagat Prakash Nadda criticised the party’s strategy and the leadership of Prime Minister Modi for the victories.

“The media colleagues often ask,  ‘What is your strategy?’ Our only answer to this was that strategy is a matter behind the curtain, and it only occurs when the time comes. After this, our workers implemented our strategy with full effort. For this, he gave thanks from the bottom of his heart, Nadda said.

The BJP’s resounding victories in these states have solidified its position as the dominant political force in India and set the stage for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

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