BJP leader Kalraj Mishra has said that the party is chalking out concrete plans in Uttar Pradesh to tackle its crushing defeat in the recent Delhi polls.
Mishra, Union Minister for Medium, Small and Micro Enterprises said that BJP suffered loss in Delhi Assembly Elections after projecting “parachute leaders”.
“This is right that the party suffered loss in Delhi Assembly Elections due to entry of Kiran Bedi. Now to tackle such situation in other states, the party is chalking out a concrete strategy,” he said on Wednesday.
The Minister noted that Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) might have stopped the victory run of BJP, but there was no lack of zeal and the party was preparing for the 2017 Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections with full force.
The entire opposition, including Congress contributed to the success of AAP in the Delhi polls that became the reason behind BJP’s defeat.
Kalraj said that his ministry would provide employment to one lakh youths in the state every year and for this 12,000 units of small industries would be set up.
He said that this would be done under PM employment creation programme.