Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Friday claimed that Congress suffered defeat in Lok Sabha polls due to the “arrogant” behaviour of its leaders. “The behaviour of the Congress leaders was not good. They always levelled allegations and people did not like that. They were full of arrogance. They made cheap comments,” Chouhan said.
He declined to delve into reasons behind Congress’ loss and said that BJP won elections on the development plank. “I will not go much deeper into it (reasons) but prima facie development was the main issue….
“We have dreamt of a successful India and that is what BJP wanted to do. This was the determination of BJP,” Chouhan said.
BJP is set to sweep the state as trends have given it in a lead on 26 seats out of total 29 parliamentary constituencies.
On Friday, the first question to the AAP was related to its “anti-national activities”.