New Delhi: Citing its win in the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council elections, BJP today claimed that voters across the country were embracing its agenda of development and rejecting those who believed in their own development.
BJP spokesperson Nalin Kohli called the party's victory in 18 of the 26 LAHDC seats "historic and unprecedented" and referred to its opening of account in Meghalaya's local election to claim that the saffron party's "positive agenda" was finding acceptance from people everywhere.
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"The message is resounding across the country from Ladkah in north to Bengaluru in south and from Garo Hills Autonomous District Council in east to Rajasthan in Jaipur. Everywhere people are voting on the BJP's positive agenda of development and governance.
"This is a victory of the Modi government's agenda of 'sabka sath sabka vikas' while those focused on 'apna vikas and apno ka vikas' have been rejected," Kohli told journalists while taking a swipe at opposition parties.
A BJP member has won for the first time in Garo polls in Meghalaya, he noted.