"It appears that Javadekar lives in a dreamy world which has no connection with reality," Ajay Singh said.
Ajay said that the BJP spokesman had also claimed at a press conference on Friday that a lot of development had taken place during the last 10 years of BJP rule in MP, which is completely false.
He said that the common men in the state are aware that there was rampant corruption in Madhya Pradesh under the BJP and the people were fed up with it.
Ajay expressed confidence that it would be the Congress and not the BJP which will win this election.

BJP would win more seats in MP this time: Javadekar
BJP would win more seats during this month's Madhya Pradesh assembly elections than it won in 2003, party spokesman Prakash Javadekar claimed in Bhopal on Friday.
"There are a number of reasons why I am confident that the BJP will win more seats than expected," the BJP spokesman told reporters at a press conference.
Javadekar said that the Congress is in complete disarray, adding that the common man is angry with it since prices of everything had risen, though the purchasing power of the rupee has fallen.
Answering queries, he said that during every election, some sitting MLAs are not given tickets and nothing much should be read into it.
Javadekar said that Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi would address election meetings in Madhya Pradesh, though he said that dates have not yet been finalized.


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