The wave in the country is unfavourable to the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi had lost credibility, NCP chief Sharad Pawar said Saturday .
In an interview to PTI, the Maratha strongman cited the BJP’s losses in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh in the assembly polls held in November-December last year.
Pawar said these states were ruled by the BJP for 10 years and nobody could have predicted the party’s drubbing.
“Modi himself concentrated on and campaigned extensively in these states. But what was the ultimate result? It is a clear indication that the wave in the country is not favourable to the BJP, particularly in rural India,” he said.
The Congress NCP combine has joined together in Maharastra and set to taken on BJP – Sena alliance . The three state Hindi belt victories of congress that has resulted due to the agrarian crisis is more appellant in Maharastra and if that could affect BJP sena Combine then that victory in Congress NCP alliance in one among the top 3 largest state in India is going to decide who forms government power in 2019 elections says Political analysts