New Delhi, Jan 20 : New BJP chief J P Nadda on Monday said under his leadership the party will try to capture power in states where they are not and the outfit was not just different in its principles, but the results of those principles are different as well.
"Today, we're the world's largest party that is in power in India. We have the highest number of MPs and MLAs in the country. We aren't going to stop at this. There are some states left and we will make sure we reach to them as well," Nadda said in his address at the felicitation programme at the party headquarters here. The affirmative assertion can be linked to West Bengal which goes to the polls next year. Nadda said, "Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked about the work culture of our party and how we're different. We aren't just different in our principles, but the results of those principles are different as well."
Earlier in the day, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani exuded confidence that the saffron outfit which had negligible organisational presence, will also have BJP president.(UNI)