If fair elections are held, BJP will shrink to 40 seats, says Ajay Agarwal
New Delhi: BJP leader, Mr. Ajay Agarwal who had polled 1.73 lakh votes in Raebareli contesting against Ms. Sonia Gandhi in 2014 wrote a letter to PM Modi in which he bitterly criticized demonetization and GST. He also said that Mr. Modi is an ungrateful person.
He claimed that majority of BJP leadership in Gujarat wanted that BJP should lose Assembly elections in 2018 so that the pride of Mr. Modi and Mr. Amit Shah is shattered. At this juncture, Modi raked the topic of meeting of Pakistani officials held at the residence of former Vice President, Mr. Hamid Ansari, former PM, Dr. Manmohan Singh and Mr. Mani Shanker. This topic was made the key issue in Gujarat Assembly elections. Quoting a report of NDTV, Mr. Agarwal claimed that had this not been done, BJP would have lost Gujarat Assembly elections.
Releasing the conversation of senior RSS leader, Mr. Dattatreya Hosabale, he told that even senior leaders of RSS admit it.
In his letter addressed to PM Modi, Mr. Agarwal said that Mr. Modi’s dream of winning 400 seats would be shattered in the Parliamentary elections of 2019. He also claimed that if elections are held in a fair manner, BJP will be forced to confine itself to 40 seats. He told Mr. Modi to be prepared to receive this shock.