New Delhi: Calling Congress’ pitch for “soft Hindutva” in Madhya Pradesh “gimmickry” which would not be able to hoodwink people, the BJP on Tuesday said it is all set to return to power because of his government’s development works, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s popularity and its organisational strength. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Vice President Vinay Sahasrabuddhe also dismissed any unrest among farmers of the state and said for 20 per cent of the farmers who are not paying their loans, every farmer cannot be made a “beggar” seeking loan waivers.
“All of a sudden they have woken up. They are talking about ‘Ram Van Gaman Path’ (route taken by Lord Ram for his 14-year exile), even cow protection and all these things... “This, I believe, speaks of the deep-rooted guilty conscience for having neglected the nature of this country. People can’t be hoodwinked by these. People know what exactly are their designs,” Sahasrabuddhe, who is also incharge of BJP’s affairs in Madhya Pradesh, told reporters. (IANS)
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