In a spectacular triumph, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders and supporters rejoice as early trends indicate a sweeping victory in the assembly polls of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh. The elation is coupled with praises for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership, encapsulated by the term 'Modi's guarantee,' a rallying cry against Congress promises.
The latest updates reveal the BJP's dominance in Madhya Pradesh, securing a substantial lead with 165 seats, comfortably crossing the halfway mark, while the Congress trails with 63 constituencies. In Rajasthan the party is dominating over 114 seats out of 199 while in Chhattisgarh it's leading at 54.
Amidst the celebrations, BJP workers and supporters in Bengal were seen jubilantly gathering outside the party office in Hoogly. West Bengal BJP Leader Subhendu Adhikari expressed confidence in a Taaza TV interview, proclaiming, "This is a mere wave; the tsunami is yet to come. A Modi tsunami will be witnessed during the general elections." Adhikari predicts significant success for BJP in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in Bengal, asserting that the corrupt, dynastic, family-based Mamata government is destined to be ousted.
He adds, "The public is supporting PM Modi's development work, and this is the reason why they are with BJP."