NaMo alone can’t get us majority: Eknath Khadse
At a time when the Opposition is still recovering from Modi’s campaign that put Uttar Pradesh in the BJP’s kitty, senior Maharashtra BJP leader and former state revenue minister Eknath Khadse has said that the ‘Modi card’ may not be enough for the party to win a majority in Maharashtra if mid-term polls were to be held.
On the contrary, he told DNA, the party and the state government will need to work extra hard to reach out to people to explain the benefits of their pro-development decisions.
Khadse, who is nursing a grouse over being sidelined by the party after he resigned from the ministry over a controversial land acquisition by him and his family in Pune, has called upon party workers to be ready for any eventuality, including a mid-term poll. As part of this, he has been emphasising the need to step up efforts to reach government decisions to the voters.
”The Devendra Fadnavis-led government has been quite proactive in taking a number of decisions to expedite the state’s development. However, even after completion of almost three years in power both the government and the party are falling short of explaining these decisions to the voters in general,” Khadse told …read more