New Delhi: The BJP it seems wants to leave no stone unturned to woo voters ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. Party chief Rajnath Singh on Tuesday while addressing a gathering of Muslims in New Delhi apologised for the 'mistakes' made in the past and appealed to the minority community to give the party a chance.
Reaching out to Muslims ahead of Lok Sabha elections, Rajnath Singh asked the community to give the BJP a chance and not go by the "propaganda" spread by Congress. While promising to stand for equality, Singh also apologised for any "mistake" or shortcoming in the past.
"Please note that whenever, wherever if there has been any mistake and shortcoming on our part, I assure you that we will apologise to you by bowing our heads," said BJP Chief Rajnath Singh while addressing a gathering of Muslims in New Delhi on Tuesday.
"Try us once if we don't come up to your expectations, don't look at us ever again," said Rajnath.
Singh said BJP was not against Muslims and the community should not go by the propaganda against it. He asked them to vote for BJP this time for the sake of the nation.
"Try us once. We don't come up to your expectations, don't look at us ever again," he said at the event "Modi for PM - Mission 272+ - role of Muslims" here. The BJP chief asked the Muslim community not to vote for electing a government but for a strong nation where brotherhood and humanity shall prevail.
(With inputs from PTI)