November 2, 2020 12:49:21 pm
Accusing the Congress and Samajwadi Party of “misusing her assertion” on her get together probably voting for BJP candidates in MLC elections, Bahujan Samaj Party president Mayawati asserted on Monday that her get together would by no means enter into an alliance with the saffron get together within the meeting or the Lok Sabha elections. Stressing that the ideologies of the 2 events have been “reverse”, Mayawati mentioned she would reasonably take ‘sanyas’ (retirement) from politics than ally with such events.
Last week, the BSP supremo had mentioned that her get together would again anybody, including the BJP, to make sure the defeat of SP candidates within the upcoming MLC elections within the state.
Mayawati alleged that the Samajwadi Party and the Congress have been misusing her current assertion in order that the Muslim group distances itself from the BSP.
“The alliance of the BJP with the BSP just isn’t attainable in any polls sooner or later. The BSP can’t contest with the communal get together,” she mentioned in a media briefing. “Our ideology is of ‘sarvajan sarva dharma hitay‘ (advantage of everybody and all religions)’ and is reverse to the BJP’s ideology,” she mentioned. “The BSP can’t enter into an alliance with these having communal, casteist, and capitalist ideology. I’ll combat on all fronts with the communal, casteist, and capitalist forces and never going to bow earlier than anybody,” she added.
The BSP chief reiterated that her get together would make sure the defeat of the SP’s second candidate in future legislative council polls. “Our get together will assist the candidate of any get together, together with the BJP, which is robust to defeat the second candidate of the SP,” she mentioned. “I stand by my earlier assertion, which is misused by the SP and the Congress for political positive factors in order that the Muslim group distances itself from the get together.”
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