Rajasthan: Vasundhara Raje confident of securing majority in next year's Assembly elections

Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhra Raje today said that the BJP will win with a thumping majority in the Rajasthan assembly polls and the general elections.

PTI September 15, 2017 08:43:51 IST
Rajasthan: Vasundhara Raje confident of securing majority in next year's Assembly elections

Kota: Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhra Raje on Thursday said that the BJP will win with a thumping majority in the Rajasthan assembly polls and the general elections.

The BJP is a worker-based party and its members are its lifeline, she said at a party meeting in Bundi where the chief minister is on a three-day visit under the 'Aap Ka Jila, Aap Ki Sarkar' programme.

Rajasthan Vasundhara Raje confident of securing majority in next years Assembly elections

File image of Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje. AFP

Every suggestion and advice given by party workers should be given significance and put into action, Raje said, asking party's public representatives to boost the confidence of members.

The chief minister also reviewed government schemes and developmental works in the district and called upon party workers to take the government's welfare schemes and achievements to the people.

Rajasthan ministers Srichand Kripalani and Babu Lal Verma were also present on the occasion.

Raje will inspect government projects and interact with people on Friday, the second-day of her visit to Bundi, a BJP official said.

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