BJP at UT celebrates party win in Assembly polls
BJP workers led by Home Minister A. Namassivayam and chairman of the party’s Pondicherry Unit V. Saminathan celebrated the party’s victory in Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, l ‘Uttarakhand, Manipur and Goa by distributing sweets and organizing a procession through the city.
Namassivayam attributed the performance of the BJP to the determination of the people to make the country a developed nation under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “The results show the immense faith [that people have] of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. People wanted to strengthen the hands of the Prime Minister to make India developed and strong in the community of nations. The election result showed how the country is moving towards the Prime Minister’s vision of a Congress-mukt [free] Bharat,” he said The Hindu.
The Home Secretary said the results also remind everyone of the strength of good governance. “The people elected the NDA government in the Union Territory. We ensure to keep all the promises made to voters during the elections to the Assembly. Workers will also strive to strengthen the party in the union territory,” he said.
Calling the party’s electoral performance in the assembly elections “historic”, Mr Saminathan said the results showed that people had placed their trust in the BJP in matters of development and security. “It’s a vote for development and security. People trust the BJP to provide governance for their development and security,” he said.
Civil Supplies Minister AK Sai J. Saravana Kumar, Rajya Sabha member S. Selvaganabathy and party legislators took part in the celebrations.