NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Tuesday said his party would win the elections in Bihar hands down as there was no political alternative to it.
“We will win hands down. There is no alternative to the BJP there(Bihar). Let the Samajwadi Party divide their secular votes and we have our Hindutava votes,” Swamy told ANI here.
On the Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting taking place in the national capital today which is likely to extend term of party president Sonia Gandhi by a year, Swamy said “I don’t think there is any difference if the son becomes or mother becomes, it’s all in the family, The family has a dubious past and I don’t think the Congress has a future. Those elements in the Congress think that Hindutava is the solution to India’s problem then they should break and come and we can have relations with them.”
Gandhi’s term ends in December. The party is likely to hold organisational elections in 2016.