Maharashtra Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Chandrakant Patil has claimed that his party will emerge victorious in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections and win no less than 418 seats.
“Looking at the current situation, BJP won’t get anything less than 418 seats in 2024. A primary report prepared by various agencies saying this came to the fore. That’s why Prashant Kishor told the parties from whom he takes fees that they have no chance in 2024 and 2029. If you don’t want to heed Prashant Kishor’s advice, we have no objection as a person lives on hope,” he said while talking to media.
He further targeted the Nationalist Congress Party and Congress stating that they are putting so much effort to bring opposition together but it is of no use as they have no prospect of winning the General Election either in 2024 or 2029.
A gradual decline in the electoral prowess of the Congress party has given rise to speculation that regional satraps such as Sharad Pawar and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee might emerge as contenders for the PM’s post
“Front formed by few parties not enough to beat Modi. All third and fourth fronts are futile exercises against Modi. We are on the line of development. Soon you will see Prime Minister will come to Pune to inaugurate the new metro. We do not care about politics like the opposition,” he added.