BJP president Rajnath Singh and PM candidate Narendra Modi have clearly told party leaders not to attempt to form a government in Delhi.
Both the BJP and the AAP incidentally are confident of improving their tallies and getting a majority in the event of a re-poll after six months.
The BJP’s victory in three states, and in Delhi which was being ruled by the Congress for 15 years, emerging as the single largest party but short of the half-way mark, has proved that its prime ministerial candidate, Mr Narendra Modi, has silenced critics both within and outside the saffron outfit that he is not a Gujarat-centric leader anymore.
With an eye on the Lok Sabha polls, the BJP has decided to launch a “halla bol” campaign against Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar for “betraying” people of the state and turning the state into a “ter
The huge voter turnout in BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh has worried party leadership, whose own assessment reveals the BJP may be losing seats in both states, contradicting its claim of a
BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi continued his tirade against the Congress at his rally here Thursday, saying the ruling party was practising a “divide and rule” policy.
The Bharatiya Janata Party, which is relying heavily on the Narendra Modi “magic” to win the ongoing state elections, is now getting feedback from its internal sources that while it is comfortable in
Launching a blistering attack on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi over a recent speech in which he had blamed the Opposition for inciting communal riots and had made an emotional speech citing th
Gone are the days when the BJP’s slogan used to be “Kamal ka nishaan pragati ka pehchan (Lotus is the symbol of progress)”.
BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has virtually emerged as the “superstar”, who has eclipsed other star campaigners in the saffron party.