Bhopal (Agencies): Elated by its victory in the Kukshi and Sonkatch Assembly by-polls, the ruling BJP in Madhya Pradesh has set its eyes on winning the 2013 Assembly and 2014 Lok Sabha polls.

"The victory in Kukshi (ST) and Sonkatch (SC) reserved seats has clearly given a message that these two communities have started drifting away from the Congress," said State BJP president Prabhat Jha.

Following his maiden success after becoming the state BJP president, Jha remarked his main goal now was to wrest those seats from the Congress, which the party had failed to win in the last Assembly elections and where the main opposition has a control.

"This we can achieve by expanding and strengthening the party network in these areas in a systematic manner," he pointed out.

Winning Kukshi reserved seat represented by late Jamuna Devi, who was the Leader of Opposition in the state Assembly and Sonkatch, represented by the then Deputy Leader of the Congress Legislature Party, Sajjan Singh Verma is a big gain for the BJP, Jha said.

"The victory has made us jubilant, but we will not become complacent and work more vigorously for winning the hearts of tribals and SCs in the state, so that Congress gets totally marginalised in the state in the 2013 Assembly and the 2014 Lok Sabha polls," he stressed.

The BJP has won the Kukshi reserve seat after 21 years and the Sonkatch seat after 15 years with a large margin of 16,116 and 19,457 votes respectively.