KOTA: Congress leader Digvijay Singh today said his party is weak in “marketing” its welfare schemes and policies unlike BJP and alleged that the saffron party not only exaggerates its achievements but even resorts to “lies”.
“They (BJP) tell a lie hundred times and project it as truth to the public,” the Congress general secretary told reporters.
The former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, who is all set to enter the Rajya Sabha, said Congress has started the process of selection of candidates for Lok Sabha elections and the party manifesto would be announced by end of February.
He ruled out the possibility of Congress’ poor performance in recent assembly polls having any adverse effect on Lok Sabha election results, saying “issues and agenda of both assembly and Lok Sabha elections are different”.
He expressed confidence that Congress would form the next government at the Centre.
Singh also lashed out at AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal for taking support of Congress for forming government in Delhi.–PTI