bjp national general secretary and state in-charge Arun Singh and bjp state president CP Joshi held a review
meeting with party leaders on monday and sought their feedback regarding the voting. Feedback related to
election management was also taken from the officials. The leaders expressed confidence that the party will get a
clear mandate in the vote counting to be held on december 3.
Addressing the meeting, state in-charge Arun Singh said, “I have seen the election management of many states,
but I can say with certainty that the management of rajasthan assembly elections was strong and robust. The
entire team has worked tirelessly while maintaining positive momentum.”
party state president CP Joshi said that all the bjp workers and their team have worked day and night. He said
that every worker will be a partner in the massive victory of bjp because the work done with well-planned
management is unimaginable.
Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore and other leaders were also present in the meeting. Later, while talking
to journalists, Singh said that bjp has played the role of active opposition in rajasthan for five years. “There was
public anger against the congress and this resulted in record voting,” he said. people voted against his
misgovernance and expressed confidence in the leadership of the Prime Minister. He said, bjp is going to form
the government with a huge mandate. Voting was held in 199 out of 200 assembly constituencies on November
25 and the counting of votes will take place on december 3. The election on Karanpur seat of Sri Ganganagar
was postponed due to the death of congress candidate Gurmeet Singh Kunnar.