Swapnil Gaurkhede-Raipur. After getting free from the election busyness, former Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr. Raman Singh has taken feedback from BJP candidates across the state. On the same basis, he claims that BJP is going to form the government in Chhattisgarh by winning 52 to 54 seats.
On Monday, Dr. Raman Singh spoke to the media at his residence in the capital. He said that the entire state is eagerly waiting for the counting of votes to be held on December 3. He said that BJP workers put in every possible effort and worked hard. At the same time, our central leadership also gave enough time. Due to which the election campaign of first and second phase has gone well. Dr. Raman expressed confidence that BJP will form the government with a clear majority. BJP government will be formed with 52 to 54 seats.
Will Dr. Raman become the Chief Minister?
Regarding the claim for the post of Chief Minister, Dr. said that the central and local leadership of the party will together nominate the name for the post of CM. The name for the post of CM will be decided in the legislature party meeting, there will be no delay in this work in our party.
Women angrily voted for BJP against Congress
In the entire state, women have voted more than men, on this Dr. Raman Singh said that women have been inclined towards BJP’s plans and manifesto, while women have expressed their anger towards Congress’s broken promises. Dr. Raman said that Congress cheated and cheated women, hence women got angry and voted brilliantly. This is the vote of change that women have given to BJP.
Singhdev’s desire to become CM awakened at the wrong time
Taking a jibe at Minister TS Singhdev for not contesting elections and CM candidature, the former Chief Minister said that he is right, he is feeling pain in his heart. He has been waiting for five years. After making this promise, he was kept for five years. But his desire has also awakened at the wrong time. Now BJP government is being formed. There will be no benefit in awakening their ambitions. On infighting in Congress, Dr. Raman Singh said that infighting in Congress was visible throughout the elections. The big leader he was, did not leave his assembly constituency and go anywhere. They were kept tied in an assembly. Now the pain and anger in his heart is visible.