Rajnath Singh claims BJP coming to power with bigger majority than 2014 Lok Sabha elections

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The sixth phase of elections has come to an end, the confusion and excitement are simultaneously rolling at peak with the last phase of elections around the corner. Assuring the confidence that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will come to power in 2019 Lok Sabha elections the Union Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said that there is a possibility of a two-thirds majority that cannot be ruled out.

While addressing a press conference Rajnath Singh said that BJP will win with a greater majority in 2019 Lok Sabha elections in comparison to the 2004 and 2014 elections. He said that “the possibility of a two-thirds majority cannot be ruled out. The hopes and desires of the people from Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2014 have now developed into the trust for him.”

He reminded the people about the work done by the Modi government and said that there has been no problem of inflation in the past 5 years of a government which shows the financial capabilities of BJP rule.

While making a speech he also it at West Bengal government and the chief minister of the state Mamata Banerjee saying that the violence in West Bengal has increased which is unhealthy for democracy. He also added that “what can be more unfortunate that the Chief Minister self is unable to stop violence in the state?”

He also targeted the Congress government and said that the party’s statements weaken BJP’s fight against terrorism. He said that the Congress party did the same thing in 2018 Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Said that ‘not only India but Pakistan is also a victim of terrorism.’ He said that “such statements weaken the whole system.”

The country has witnessed Lok Sabha elections in 7 phases out of which 6 phases have come to an end beginning from April 11. The seventh and the last phase of Lok Sabha elections will be held on May 19. The results will be announced on May 23.

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