Union Minister Piyush Goyal Hails BJP’s Resounding Victory in State Elections

Addressing the unfolding electoral landscape and the BJP’s current position, Union Minister Piyush Goyal expressed on Sunday that the public has once again bestowed their blessings upon Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Goyal highlighted the significance of the BJP’s triumph in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, and Telangana, emphasizing the resounding success as a testament to the people’s faith in PM Modi’s leadership.

Speaking on the electoral outcomes, Goyal stated, “On PM Modi’s guarantee, the people from the four states have once again given their blessings to PM Modi. If you look at it closely, this is not an ordinary win.” He went on to underscore the historic lead in Madhya Pradesh, the absolute majority in Rajasthan, and the unexpected victory in Chhattisgarh.

Goyal noted the BJP’s remarkable performance in Telangana, stating, “In Telangana as well, the BJP won just one seat last time but going from one seat to double digits makes it clear that the faith of people in PM Modi is increasing day after day. People have understood that PM Modi does what he says.”

Responding to Congress’ allegations regarding Electronic Voting Machines (EVM), Goyal expressed disappointment, stating, “It is unfortunate that Congress is so devoid of an agenda and is identifying as bad losers once again.” He dismissed the EVM tampering allegations as a topic of mockery among the public.

As per the latest trends from the Election Commission, the BJP is poised for a second term in Madhya Pradesh, leading in 168 of the 230 seats. In Rajasthan, the party is leading in 114 of the 199 seats, securing a comfortable victory. Chhattisgarh reflects a strong comeback for the BJP, leading in 54 of the 90 seats. Meanwhile, the Congress is set to win Telangana for the first time, marking a significant shift in power.

The BJP’s commanding lead in Madhya Pradesh, where the party has ruled for 18 of the past 20 years, underscores its organizational strength and the popularity of its schemes and leadership. Rajasthan appears to follow the trend of rotating governments, with the Congress government led by Ashok Gehlot seemingly on its way out.

The counting of votes in the four states, which took place last month, commenced at 8 am on Sunday.

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