New Delhi:BJP general secretary Ram Madhav said on Friday the party did not use military achievements to win the general election and claimed that it would remain in power even in 2047, the centenary of Independence.Addressing a rally in Tripura’s Agartala, Madhav claimed that BJP would break the Congress’ record of the party being in power in the Centre for the longest time. Praising PM Modi for leading the saffron party to an impressive Lok Sabha victory, Madhav said PM Modi-led BJP is country’s present and future.Thrashing the so-called ‘anti-incumbency factor’, the BJP increased its own vote share by six crores in the just-concluded parliamentary polls. The BJP had secured 17 crore votes in 2014.Lok Sabha elections, but in the 17th general elections, the party bagged 23 crore votes,” a jubilant Ram Madhav said.
Claiming that there were scores of corruption cases during the Congress rule at the Centre, the 55-year-old leader also said that there was not a single corruption charge against BJP in its five years of government.The BJP-led government in Tripura headed by Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb would make the state a model state in three years. The Central government would provide all kinds of support, including financial assistance, to develop the tourism sector in Tripura,” he added.