"Let me conclude by saying that we are fighting to win the election.
But, I can tell you one thing very clearly. Without BJP, there won't be next Telangana government," he said at the release of BJP's vision document titled 'Hyderabad for New India' here.
Asked to elaborate on his statement, he said: "Certainly after 11th" (counting of votes will be taken up on December 11).
Madhav expressed confidence that the Bharatiya Janata Party would return to power at the Centre.
Modi has declared from the ramparts of the Red Fort that he will build a "new India" by 2022 when the nation prepares to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Independence, he said.
"There is no force on the earth which can corrupt a leader like Modi. Corruption needs to be removed from the top," he said.
Data shows that 84 lakh jobs have been created in the last four years in the formal sector, he said.
The country has registered in the last two years 7.1 to 7.3 per cent growth and this year's projected GDP growth is 7.5 per cent, he said.
"IMF predicts by 2020, India's GDP growth will be above eight per cent. IMF also says India will be the only major economy in the world to register that kind of growth," Madhav added.
Union Health Minister JP Nadda, BJP's incharge for Assembly polls in Telangana, explained the government's initiatives in the health sector.
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