First Election When Opposition Did Not See Issue Of Inflation: Amit Shah


New Delhi: Addressing the media meet at BJP headquarter in New Delhi, party president Amit Shah in his statement brought the issue of the first election where opposition did not see inflation in the background.

Talking to the the media, Shah said that, “First election when the opposition didn’t see the issue of inflation. We have started our campaign from January 16 with cluster meeting in the country. Sushma Swaraj, Arun Jaitley and others took part in that. We have established 161 call centres across the nation to monitor the campaign.”

“We will perform good in the Northeast, very good in West Bengal. We will do good in Odisha and there will be improvement in number of seats in all the states in the south. We will improve in Maharashtra also,” the BJP chief said.

Shah said that the party started its election campaign from January 16 and its target was to win the 120 Lok Sabha seats which could not be won the last time.

The BJP President said that Modi led a “detailed and positive” campaign and tried to touch every part of the country, addressing a total of 142 election rallies and holding roadshows in many places.