Rajnath Singh says Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh election results an approval of Narendra Modi govt's policies

With poll trends favouring the BJP in both Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, Union home minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said the results were an approval of Prime Minister Narendra Modi government's policies.

PTI December 18, 2017 12:34:56 IST
Rajnath Singh says Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh election results an approval of Narendra Modi govt's policies

New Delhi: With poll trends favouring the BJP in both Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, Union home minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said the results were an approval of Prime Minister Narendra Modi government's policies.

Rajnath Singh says Gujarat Himachal Pradesh election results an approval of Narendra Modi govts policies

File image of Union home minister Rajnath Singh. PTI

He asserted that the BJP will form government in both states with big majority.

"We will get majority in both the states and form government," he told reporters.

Asked if the results were an approval of the Modi government's policies, the former party president said, "Of course. It is an approval of the government."

His party colleague Prakash Javadekar echoed him.

"Development is the mantra of today's polity. And therefore people are with Modiji," said the Union HRD minister.

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