Trends indicate a win for the Congress in Chhattisgarh Assembly Election on Tuesday, ex-Chief Minister Ajit Jogi said that he was “happy” with the “results”. He further said that the people are opting for Congress as they found that it is the most viable alternative to center-ruled BJP.
Chhattisgarh’s Janta Congress Chief Ajit Jogi told the source that the people of the state wanted to oust the government led by Raman Singh, which has been in the offer for past 15-years.
Mr. Jogi continued that the Assembly Elections results would surely help his party to emerge as a third front in Chhattisgarh. “I am happy with the results as the BJP is losing,” added Mr. Jogi.
Trends highlights that the Congress was leading over 55-seats in the 90-member state assembly, whereas, BJP lacks behind in 25-seats.
Ajit Jogi was in the Congress and always supported the old party before he started his own party.