"Many (people) declared after the 2014 general elections that the BJP has reached its peak, but it was not so. They then said in 2017 (after elections to the five states, including Uttar Pradesh) that the BJP has now attained it peak, but it is not the case," Prasad told the media here.
"The BJP will attain its peak when it has members everywhere -- from panchayats to Parliament," he said at the end of the first day of the Bharatiya Janata Party National Executive meeting here.
The Minister said the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will complete three years in office on May 26 and it had worked hard during this period.
"... we have done work which other governments would do in two-three terms," he said.
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