A senior BJP leader Venkaiah Naidu has said that Bharatiya Janata Party will fight election in Uttar Pradesh on the developmental agenda and not on issues like Ram Temple. He also ruled out projecting any chief ministerial face in the state elections, as per the media reports.
He said that the real alignment is in favour of PM Narendra Modi, who he described as the mascot of development and a bigger face, said the PTI report.
The Information and Broadcasting Minister said the anti-black money campaign has attracted people, especially from the lower sections of the society, towards BJP and it will further get momentum with the fruits of the ban getting visible.
“We have reports coming from UP, newer sections and people who were keeping a distance from BJP earlier, particularly sections of the lowest strata, they are all moving towards BJP after the demonetisation or remonetisation. This will I am sure gain further momentum as the fruits of anti-corruption vaccine administered by Modi become visible,” he told PTI.