Shimla: Bihar polls have have exposed and rejected the “dictatorial attitude and arrogance” of Narendra Modi-led NDA government and the defeat of BJP would have wide impact on the country, Himachal Pradesh Industries Minister Mukesh Agnihotri said today.
“The results of Bihar assembly elections have clearly indicated that the people of the country are fed up with Modi government and they know pretty well, how to show the mirror to the communal forces,” Agnihotri said in a statement here.
He said that the countdown of BJP had already begun from Delhi assembly elections and now the massive defeat in Bihar was a clear mandate against the BJP as people were feeling cheated by Modi, who had made tall claims before the general elections in 2014.
The Minister said the victory of grand alliance in Bihar was the victory of truth, unity and honesty which had shown a new direction to the country.
“The BJP tried its best to lure the voters and played the communal cards but the people of the State were well aware of their nefarious designs and gave a strong and befitting reply to the politics of hatred and communalism,” he said, adding that the arrogant and dictatorial Modi government had been involved in a campaign to destabilise Congress governments in the country and it had also squeezed funding under various centrally sponsored schemes.
“The Modi government should learn the message from humiliating defeat in Bihar and should refrain from hatching conspiracies to destabilise the Himachal Pradesh government otherwise the people of the State would also give a befitting reply to the BJP,” he said.
Bihar polls had also given a strong message that Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi had been successful in uniting the opposition parties and engineered defeat the BJP, he added.