Four Assembly election results show good governance matters
New Delhi, December 9, 2013 (PTI): Results of four state elections are giving a strong message that government and
political parties need to ensure good governance and provide corruption free rule, industry leaders said today.
"Congress has been shown the door for poor political leadership and unconvincing approach to corruption," said businesswoman Kiran Mazumdar
Shaw in a stern message as the poll results pouring in showed rout-like situation for the party in at least three states.
Industry chamber Assocham said: "Election results in the Assembly elections have thrown a clear message: It is the quality of governance
which matters at the end of the day". Impressed with Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) "amazing" debut, Shaw said,
"people want corruption free politics based on transparency and responsibility".
According to Assocham, all credit goes to Indian voters who have solely
voted for governance brushing aside the traditional issues of caste and
religion. Political party that delivers on governance would actually remain relevant, it noted.
The election results in Delhi, Congress CM Sheela Dixit was defeated by AAP Kejriwal. The result was BJP - 32, AAP - 28 and Congress - 08
seats. no majority seats to any party to form a government in Dehli.
BJP securedr huge victories in Madhya Pradesh -165 seats, Congress -58 seats and 07 others. In Rajasthan BJP - 162 seats, Congress 21 and 16 others.
In Chattisgarh BJP -49, Congress.-39 and Others -02 seats.