Amit Shah said that he was confident that the NDA coalition government would come to power in the state after the April 6 assembly elections.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah launched his party's campaign for the April 6 Lok Sabha by-election in Kanyakumari on 7 March and expressed confidence that the party will not only win here, but also win the NDA next month's assembly elections in Tamil Nadu. .
Launching his “Vetri Kodi Indhi” (raising Vijay's flag) from Susendiram in this district, he said that he was confident that the NDA coalition government would come to power in the state after the April 6 assembly elections.
The party has fielded former Union Minister Pon. Radhakrishnan for the Lok Sabha by-election, due to COVID-19 last year Congress MP H.K. Due to the death of Vasant Kumar became necessary.
Continuing his party's campaign with Mr. Radhakrishnan and senior BJP leaders in the state, Mr. Shah said he visited 11 houses to see Prime Minister Narendra Modi's message. “We have launched a campaign to take BJP's Lotus symbol door-to-door,” he said. “I am sure of the result [of the polls]Seeing the enthusiasm of the people in the Kanyakumari Lok Sabha seat as well as in the assembly elections, he said that to ensure that the NDA would be victorious in the elections.
“I am confident that the AIADMK-BJP-PMK coalition government will form [after the Assembly polls],” she added.
The BJP senior distributed leaflets, interacted with people and took pictures with some of them.
In Tamil Nadu, on March 5, the ruling AIADMK and BJP signed a seat-sharing deal, with the former partner, the key partner, allocating 20 assembly seats for his saffron ally and the Kanyakumari Lok Sabha seat.
The BJP nominated Mr. Radhakrishnan as its candidate from Kanyakumari. Although he won from the same segment in 2014, he lost to Kumar after five years.