The results of the two-state Assemblies – Maharashtra and Haryana, that went to polls on Monday, clearly indicate that its a setback for the BJP said Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan here on Thursday.
“The BJP has suffered a setback from its often projected statement of one-party rule. This has not happened in Maharashtra and Haryana as the results indicate. Elections to the two states took place a few months after the Lok Sabha polls and it is not according to the BJP’s expectations,” said Vijayan.
Vijayan was speaking to the media after all the five assembly by-poll results held in Kerala were out. The Left managed to wrest two seats from the Congress.