'Those Linking Delhi Results With Modi Govt are Unintelligent'

Vijayvargiya said those linking the state poll results with the performance of Narendra Modi government are ‘unintelligent’.

Published: 09th February 2015 12:41 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th February 2015 12:41 AM   |  A+A-


INDORE: Asserting that BJP's performance in Delhi Assembly polls would not be as bad as being predicted in some surveys, Madhya Pradesh Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya today said those linking the state poll results with the performance of Narendra Modi government are "unintelligent".

The results of the Delhi assembly polls held yesterday will be announced on Tuesday.

"If anybody thinks that the results of the Delhi Assembly polls, which are due to be announced, as a mandate against the Modi government, then in my view that person is unintelligent. The results of assembly polls of smaller states should not be linked with the performance of the Modi government," Vijayvargiya told reporters here.

The BJP leader, who had been camping in Delhi during the assembly polls, said, "BJP's performance won't be as bad as being predicted in the surveys. I feel that the Delhi polls were a neck-and-neck fight between BJP and AAP and the result will go either way."

Taking a dig at the AAP leader, Vijayvargiya said, "Kejriwal appears to be an innocent face at the first sight. However, there is a dangerous person hidden behind. People will come to know about it shortly."

"AAP has spent huge money extravagantly on the poll campaign that was raised through unfair sources ... People allegedly involved in anti-social activities have donated handsomely to AAP and such people will be unmasked in the days to come," he alleged.

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