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Lotus will bloom on Dec 8 in Himachal, Gujarat: Kavinder
12/6/2022 10:47:49 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Dec 6: Senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta on Tuesday asserted that lotus will bloom again in Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat on December 8, 2022.
In a statement issued to media persons, Kavinder said that whether it is exit poll or general sentiments of the people in both Himachal and Gujarat, the air is in the favour of BJP and no power on earth can stop the lotus from blooming in these two states which are the home turfs of the Bharatiya Janata Party, where the party has accomplished tremendous work as far as development is concerned.
The senior BJP leader said that the election in Himachal will change the trend of changing the ruling party every year as people have given edge to BJP over the Congress, which has lost ground in the entire country due to its involvement in neck-deep corruption.
"Gujarat being the bastion of BJP is safe and is all set to break the record as far as mandate to BJP is concerned", Kavinder said, adding that BJP activists should get ready for the grand celebrations on December 8, 2022, as this is going to be the special day for all BJP workers with lotus blooming in Gujarat and Himachal. He said that the results in the aforesaid states will stun the opposition parties which were living in fool's paradise and aspiring for power in these two states which are the strong bases of the BJP.
Kavinder made it clear that the time of Congress and AAP has gone because the people across the country have well understood their strategies to hoodwink the people by concocting stories and promising stars and moon. He said that the countdown for the debacle of Congress and its ilk has already begun and it is only a matter of a few hours when the lotus will again bloom in these two politically significant states.
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