Sounding euphoric over the Bharatiya Janata Party’(BJP)'s clean sweep in three states -- Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh, Bhubaneswar MP Aparajita Sarangi, who was surprised at her party’s resounding electoral success, said that people in these states have shown the members of the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance(I.N.D.I.A.) their deserving place.
Addressing a presser in Bhubaneswar this afternoon, Sarangi, said, “We had never expected such victories in favour of our party.”
Launching a trenchant and stinging attack on opposition parties of the I.N.D.I.A bloc, the Bhubaneswar MP recited a Hindi Shayari, referring to the BJP as the sun that shined brighter than before.
She said, “Milkar saare jugnu kehte-the ki suraj ko ugne nehin denge; suraj uga bhi aur suraj main pehelese jyada chamak bhi hai (All glow worms used to assert they would not let the sun to rise; but the sun rose and this time it shone brighter than ever)”
The Bhubaneswar MP waxed eloquent over the BJP’s stupendous electoral success and the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. She said, ”One thing I would like to repeat that ‘Ek akela sab-par bhaari (one is enough for many)’. All the opposition parties which are with the I.N.D.I.A. should ponder over the poll results and the fact that people in these three states have shown their deserving place. Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh witnessed anti-incumbency wave, but it was a pro-incumbency wave in Madhya Pradesh.”
Lavishing her praise for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Parliamentarian said that the victory is due to the able leadership of the Prime Minister. She further added that the Prime Minister has always said that his life be linked with the lives of all the people in the country. “I feel that such resounding success of the BJP is the outcome of the efforts he has put on the development agenda for the last nine years. People have reposed their faith on the leadership of the Prime Minister,” she observed.
“The Prime Minister has tirelessly worked for women, youths, farmers and the poor. He always believed that development has no party and always wanted to ensure the welfare of people,” she said.