New Delhi, July 12, 2019: A year after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as the main political party in the country, the next big thing is in sight: Harbords.
The party’s main political rivals have been the Congress, the Bharatiyan Congress and the Congress of India (CBI).
The Bharatiyah Janata party (BJP) is expected to become the largest political party with a strong base in the industrialised states, where the BJP, Congress and CPI dominate.
It has emerged as the biggest political force in the state of Gujarat and has the support of the Congress and BJP.
With a base in most of the major cities, it has emerged to be a formidable force in Delhi, the national capital.
The BJP has dominated the state for almost two decades.
Its popularity in Gujarat is more than 50 per cent, and the BJP is the largest party in Gujarat, and its supporters can be seen in the crowds in Delhi.
The BJP’s support in the Gujarat Assembly elections has been about 60 per cent.
It is expected that this will also be the benchmark for its growth in the next Lok Sabha elections in 2019.
The Bharatist party’s strategy is to go after Congress, which is now in a crisis and is not in power in the Rajya Sabha.
The party has already formed a majority government in the Assembly.
The Congress has been trying to play a positive role in the Indian political landscape, but it is a coalition government.
The Congress is in power for less than two years.
The government of Narendra Modi, who came to power in May last year, is the BJP’s junior partner in the government.