The Scot Conservative leader confirmed she was targeting SNP deputy leader and Westminster leader
The Scottish Conservative leader confirmed she was targeting SNP deputy leader and Westminster leader Mr Robertson's Moray seat, where 49.9 per cent of voters backed Brexit.
She also said her party will have a "right good go" at taking Mr Wishart's Perth and North Perthshire constituency.
Both MPs boast majorities of over 9,000 but Tory strategists point out their vote share in the areas increased in last year's Holyrood elections while the SNP's fell.
Ms Davidson said: "If you are talking about Angus Robertson, if the argument and the line from the SNP at this general election is going to be talking about Brexit as much as they can well, what was it, 49.6 per cent of his seat voted to leave?
"So my strong prediction is, there is no way the SNP is going to get 56 seats this time, if I have anything to do with it."
There is no way the SNP is going to get 56 seats this time, if I have anything to do with it
Her comments came as it emerged Tory MSP Murdo Fraser laid down a Holyrood motion calling for Nicola Sturgeon to formally disclpine Mr Wishart for posting an online image with four lettered insults aimed at rival parties.
He came under fire last week over the spoof ballot paper on Twitter with a sexual slur next to Conservatives, Labour and Lib Dem candidates.
Mr Fraser's motion urges to Ms Sturgeon "to take immediate steps to condemn Mr Wishart's behaviour and have the SNP whip withdrawn from him".
She also said her party will have a ‘right good go’ at taking Mr Wishart constituency
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Meanwhile former UK business minister Jo Swinson has announced that she is to fight the East Dunbartonshire seat for the Liberal Democrats in the forthcoming election.
She at two year ago to the SNP's John Nicolson but the majority of 2167 makes it ones of the most vulnerable SNP seats in Scotland.