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Rejection of Centre's policies, says Modi
May 25, 2008 14:37 IST
With the Bharatiya Janata Party inching towards forming the next government in Karnataka, senior party leader and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi [Images] today said the poll outcome shows that people of the southern state have rejected the Centre's policies.
"The United Progressive Alliance has not been able to fulfill the aspirations of the people. The people of Karnataka have completely rejected the policies of the central government and its politics of deception," the Gujarat chief minister told Times Now television channel.
The Karnataka elections results are exactly according to the BJP's expectations, he said.
"For the first time the possibility of government formation has arisen for the BJP on its own in a southern state. The BJP has been winning several elections in different states. From this election, it is now clear that the condition of the Congress is getting worse," he said.
Asked about its national implication, he said, now it has become difficult for the Congress to give life to the UPA.
He said the UPA's disintegration will increase over the issue of inflation.