The Bhartiya Janta Party which buoyed by exit poll surveys, today claimed that it would form governments on its own in Haryana and Maharashtra. It stressed that it would not require support of the Shiv Sena to form government in the latter.
Syed Shahanwaz Hussain who is the spokesman of BJP told to the reporters that, “We are confident about forming governments in both Haryana and Maharashtra and even the exit poll surveys point to the BJP getting majority in these two states”.
Hussain answered when asked whether BJP would seek support of Shiv Sena to form government in Maharashtra in the event of falling short of attaining majority on its own, said that Maharashtra would have a BJP chief minister for the first time since this situation would not arise at all here.
He also said that the people were impressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership capability in home and abroad.