Assam rewarded us for hard and sincere work: Dr Jitendra
NEW DELHI, May 2: In response to the results of the Assam State Assembly elections, Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh, who was also responsible for the BJP elections for Assam, spoke said today that “Assam has rewarded us for sincere and constant hard work. over the past seven years.
In an exclusive interview with a national television station, Dr Jitendra Singh, while thanking the people of Assam for their overwhelming support, said that an important feature of this spectacular decisive tenure in this election is that our margin of victory has remained the same or perhaps improved despite the fact that the BJP has been the ruling party for five years. He said this confirms what he had said throughout the election campaign that the Assam poll will this time establish a new narrative of a state election won on the force of pro-exit without a iota of anti-outgoing factor.
On further analysis, said Dr Jitendra Singh, the Assam Assembly poll also shattered the jinx that minorities do not vote for the BJP. He said we have received tremendous support in Muslim-dominated regions and constituencies because we have been able to convince people from all sections that we are working with sincerity, commitment and consistency to ensure equitable growth.
Since Narendra Modi took office as Prime Minister seven years ago, said Dr Jitendra Singh, we have all, from top to bottom, been among the common masses at all times, in all situations and in all circumstances. We had worked collectively, not to win the votes, but to win the heart and trust of the common man, he said.
Dr Jitendra Singh said people have seen the miraculous transformation happen over the past few years. For example, he said, there was a time when Assam only made the news for insurgencies or roadblocks or meetings, whereas today it is in the news for the country’s largest bridges being inaugurated, new highways being built and international airports set up to pave. the way for the “Act East” initiative.
Dr Jitendra Singh hoped that during the second term of governance, Assam, along with the entire Northeast region, would emerge as a leading player in the post-COVID economy and growth not only in the North. East but from the whole of India.