Not only will the BJP win in Rajasthan, but it would also get over 272 seats in Lok Sabha and form the government at Centre, national spokesman Sudhanshu Trivedi told a press conference after addressing a media workshop here.
As per the Assembly polls' result in the state, BJP got a strong hold in 24 out of 25 Lok Sabha seats as it had won 163 Assembly seats, he said.
Attacking opposition, the leader said that Congress and its allies were trying to save their image while the Third Front may not be able to save their regional hold in states, and AAP had to establish its creditability, and contended that it was only the BJP which would face the elections with full confidence of winning and forming the government.
Inflation, price rise, corruption, good and able governance would be the main issues the party would be campaigning upon, Trivedi said.
On a volley of questions related to candidates' selection, and senior leaders' tickets from Rajasthan, the spokesman said it would be decided by the Central Selection Committee of the party in Delhi.
Trivedi also released a video advertisement labelled "Vote 4 India" carrying picture of Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.