Bhopal, Nov 24 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh BJP President Narnendra Singh Tomar today expressed confidence that the party would repeat the feat of 2003 assembly polls and calimed that the opposition could not harm the party with the help of its mispropaganda.
Talking to UNI here, Mr Tomar, who had undertaken an extensive election campaign across the state, alleged that instead of talking about development, the opposition was raking up baseless allegations of corruption.
Mr Tomar asserted that elections could be won on development plank and apart from Mahdya Pradesh, the BJP would retain power in Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan banking on development issue.
Terming completion of five years in the state as 'great achievement', the BJP leader said, ''We are going to create history after forming government for the second time in a row.'' Reiterating its claim that the BJP did several developmental work during its five-year-rule, which the Congress failed to do in the past 50 years, Mr Tomar said ''This is not a hollow statement, we are talking this on the basis of fact and the party is ready to debate on the subject.'' Mr Tomar declined to make any comments about the presence of former BJP leader Uma Bharti's Bharatiya Janshakti in the poll fray.
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