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new Delhi. Among the efforts of the Opposition to form a coalition in the next Lok Sabha elections, Union Minister and senior BJP leader Dharmendra Pradhan on Saturday said that the agenda of the country under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has become a development and in the elections of 2019, The development agenda will be stamped again. Dharmendra Pradhan claimed the victory of the BJP in the assembly elections held in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan. He said, these three states are the traditional states for the BJP where the party has been winning the winnability through its work.This statement of Pradhan has come at a time when the exit polls were announced in the exit poll for Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and challenging situation for the BJP and defeat in Rajasthan. Asked what the impact of the results of these states will be, the senior BJP leader said that every election affects the second election. Indian politics has changed since 2014 and now the development has come to the top in the agenda. There was also a time after 1990, when the country experienced coalition.Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas said, now the development has come on the agenda of the country. As the trustee of a national party and government, we believe that the agenda of development under Prime Minister Narendra Modi will again get the mandate. In response to a question about the use of unlimited words of leaders of all parties, including the language limit in politics and BJP, including Congress, Dharmendra Pradhan said that the violation of the limit was made during a press conference in the press club in the year 2013 when the government An ordinance was thrown and thrown away. But in spite of this, we believe that the limitations in political dialogue should not be broken.In response to a question about oil prices, he said that the government is taking care of it. Regarding the price of oil, we have joined a market system and its effect is also seen. In a recent OPEC meeting of the oil producing countries, Saudi Arabia's oil minister had said that he will keep in mind the views of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on oil prices. It reflects government's efforts..