BJP in direct fight with SP, will form govt in UP: Amit Shah
Without going in the details of the statistics given in the survey, the BJP Chief sought to relegate Maywati-led Bahujan Samaj Party and the Congress to lower positions claiming BJP was poised to be in the direct fight with Mulayam Singh Yadav-led SP
New Delhi: Discarding the recent survey by a leading news channel which projected ruling Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh emerging as the single largest party in the next assembly elections in the state, the BJP national president Amit Shah said '' wrong! my party is going to form next government in the state."
In an interview to a english business newspaper, Shah said the Bharatiya Janata Party was leading the pack in Uttar Pradesh and would be in the clear position to return to power.
Without going in the details of the statistics given in the survey, the BJP Chief sought to relegate Maywati-led Bahujan Samaj Party and the Congress to lower positions claiming BJP was poised to be in the direct fight with Mulayam Singh Yadav-led SP.
Shah, however, chose not to comment on the projection of the survey on the basis of percentage of votes every party was likely to get in Uttar Pradesh assembly polls.
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The survey had said that the Samajwadi Party would be the single largest party in a hung assembly with vote share of 30 per cent followed by BJP 27 per cent , BSP 26 per cent and the Congress lagging behind at poor five per cent.
earlier also, the The BJP leader had said that the people of UP were fed up with the musical chair between SP and BSP and they were looking for a change. In view of the performance of Modi government at the Centre, the electorate of UP had found a potent alternative in BJP to bring a sea of change in the state, an assertive Shah said.
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