Noting down the high voter turnouts in the Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh polls, a leader of Bhartiya Janta Party said that the high voter turnouts in both the states reflected people’s trust. The leader said that the people looked quite confident and showed their trust in the governments led by the party in their respective states.

The leader told the reporters that seeing a large number of voters voting in Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh not only made us feel good but also motivated the party members that the saffron party will romp home in three of the five poll-bound states.

“They are still enthusiastic about the good work done by the governments in their states and hence, they have gone out in such large numbers to cast their votes. I am confident that the BJP will register (poll) victories in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh BJP general secretary Pankaj Singh told the reporters here on the sidelines of the party’s Kamal Sandesh Yatra.

Kamal Sandesh Yatra has been organized by the party members in order to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. Pankaj Singh said that the party members throughout the Yatra will spread the teachings and values of the Father of the Nation. Singh added that the party will spread the teachings and values along with the achievements of the BJP governments, among the masses.

Pankaj Singh also informed that the Yatra which started on December 1 will continue till December 15 will effectively cover all the Lok Sabha and Assembly segments (of the state) and eventually, reach lakhs of people. The party members have organized the Yatra in such a way that it will cover every village in the state, Mr Singh asserted.

On the other hand, Singh also conveyed that amidst the “Kamal Sandesh Yatra”, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) members will engage with people and ask for their feedback on various issues.

“We are also asking the people what do they expect from the BJP and what are their aspirations,” he said.

Our news sources have reported that Singh along with the office-bearers on Sunday visited various localities of the state capital in order to interact with people from different walks of life.