New Delhi: BJP president Amit Shah Friday said "the day was not far" when the country would become "Congress free" as the people want development and are thus voting for the BJP.
Speaking at Agenda Aaj Tak - 2014, Shah said the Congress party was slowly sinking into oblivion as suggested by the results of the recently concluded state election where the party got a major drubbing.
"In the 2014 general election, the people of India gave a clear mandate to BJP. In the 15 administration units in the country there is no Congress leadership neither is the leader of opposition in the parliament from Congress."
"Wherever election are being held, people are supporting the BJP and till 2019, thanks to Modiji's developmental work, the Congress will continue to bear heavy losses," said the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president.
"The day is not far when we will achieve our goal of Congress Mukt Bharat (Congress free India)," added Shah.
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