Jayant Sinha denies reports over his statement predicting 'Unstable govt' after 2019 LS polls
Union minister Jayant Sinha took to Twitter to deny media reports in which he had been quoted saying that the “most likely” outcome of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections will be an unstable government.
“My most likely scenario,” he tweeted, “is that the 2019 elections have already been won under the inspiring leadership of the Hon. PM Shri Narendra Modi ji.”
Union minister Jayant Sinha Thursday said the “most likely” outcome of the ensuing Lok Sabha elections is that India may not get a strong and stable government. The country has transformed and the priority now is to inform the people about this change, the minister said.
“If indeed we end up in a situation where we don’t have a strong, stable government, (which) I think that is in fact the most likely case, I think that will be something that will not be good for India going forward,” he said, speaking at the CNBC-TV18’s India Business Leadership Awards here.
“For us the goal is to inform, to ensure that people understand all that we have done and all that is at risk consequently,” Sinha said.
Sinha’s remarks come in the backdrop of the setback the ruling BJP suffered in Assembly elections in three Hindi heartland states recently. Speaking at the event, industrialist Sajjan Jindal called the (2019 Lok Sabha) elections as one of the biggest risks (to the economy) the country is staring at.
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