Gandhinagar, Dec 24 (UNI) The BJP's victory in the assembly elections in Gujarat will further weaken the UPA Government at the Centre and it will become more and more ''indecisive'' in the coming days, senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu said here today.
Addresssing a press conference, Mr Naidu said ''national politics will become quite interesting in coming days... the Left parties will not dare to withdraw support to the Manmohan Singh Government because of the fear of the BJP.'' Mr Naidu, along with Senior BJP leaders Arun Jaitley and Om Mathur, was here as the party's Central Observer for a meeting of the newly-elected BJP Legislature Party in Gujarat, which unanimously elected Mr Narendra Modi as its leader.
Charging the Manmohan Singh Government with taking ''one step forward and three steps backwards,'' the BJP leader said the Left parties would continue to give ''sound-bites without putting up a real fight.'' The BJP's victory in the state has had an ''electrifying effect'' on the party's rank and file.''The victory has boosted the morale of the party workers and their belief in themselves,'' he added.
The positive vote in favour of the BJP in Gujarat was the ''vote for developmental agenda of Mr Modi'', he said.
Mr Naidu claimed that the BJP would also win in Himachal Pradesh when votes in the assembly elections in the hilly state were counted on December 28.