SP, Congress locked in ‘unholy alliance’

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Lucknow (UP)

haratiya Janata Party National President Shri Amit Shah said that the Samjawadi Party and Congress have entered in an “unholy alliance to hide their failures”.

Addressing media persons in Lucknow, Shri Shah also said that the BJP would get around 90 seats in the first and second phase of assembly elections in the state.

The last minute alliance formed between Samajwadi Party and Congress is ideologically an unholy alliance. Before forming this alliance, Akhilesh Yadav should have asked Congress as to what they think about socialist ideologue Ram Manohar Lohia. This would have given SP workers some enlightenment, he said.

Both the parties are neck-deep in corruption and to hide their failures, they have formed this unholy alliance, he added.
The BJP President also raked up the issue of forced migration of Hindu community from western Uttar Pradesh, and said that if the BJP comes to power in the state it would form anti-migration squads with District Magistrate and district police chief being accountable for migration.

He also reiterated the BJP’s promises of loan waiver to small farmers, the time limit of 14 days for the payment of dues to sugarcane farmers by sugar mills and ban on mechanised slaughterhouses.