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Admin Reporter- Ajay

Jan 12 2019


SP, BSP came together to save its existence : BJP

Delhi,12,January,2019

 

BJP on Saturday said that SP and BSP have come together just to save their existence in Uttar Pradesh. The party, while not giving special attention to this alliance, stressed that it will not have any special effect in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections. Senior BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad said, "SP and BSP have not formed a coalition for the country or Uttar Pradesh, in fact they have come together for their survival. They can not fight Modi on their own strength and Modi's opposition is the basis of the coalition. "He also did not give the impression that there will be any effect on the Lok Sabha elections by coming together with these two parties, once opposed to each other. He said that the election was not the only subject of mathematics, It is also matter of chemistry.

 

 

 

 

 

Sometimes, by getting two things, the third substance is also made. Addressing a press conference on the second day of the National Convention of the BJP, senior BJP leader Ravishankar Prasad said, "The time has come when the country has to decide whether it wants a strong government or a forced government. Said that in the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, there has been an inclusive development in the country. He alleged that after decades of ruling in the country, the Congress party is now playing with the security of the country. It is worth mentioning that SP and BSP will contest the elections in 38-38 seats of Uttar Pradesh under the alliance for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Two seats have been left for smaller parties, while two seats of Amethi and Rae Bareli have been decided to leave for the Congress party.

 

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