Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) president Amit Shah in a statement on Monday said that the party would win Uttar Pradesh Assembly election scheduled for February next year by a two-third majority.
“BJP will form the Government in Uttar Pradesh by 2/3rd majority,” he said.
Taking a shot at Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav and Bahujan Samaj Party leader Mayawati, Shah while addressing a party workers convention in UP’s Barabanki district said that both the leaders supported the ‘corruption-hit UPA government at the centre’.
“For developing UP, it is necessary that the SP government is ‘thrown out’ from the state (Uttar Pradesh ka vikaas karna hai to ukhaad kar fek dijiye iss Samajwadi party ki sarkar ko),” Shah said today.
Stressing on the fact that PM Modi was ‘UP wala’ now, Shah said that after Gujarat, its UP’s turn to transform, while adding that developing UP was PM Modi’s responsibility now.