Keshav Maurya urges party cadre to adopt ‘tit for tat’ policy

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Published on 11 April 2016 10:49 AM GMT

Keshav Maurya urges party cadre to adopt ‘tit for tat’ policy
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Lucknow: Giving a clarion call to party workers, the newly appointed Uttar Pradesh president of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Keshav Prasad Maurya on Monday urged them to adopt ‘tit for tat’ policy in order to rid the state of BSP and SP.

“As the days of Samajwadi Party (SP) are numbered and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) will not get 100 seats, the BJP stands as the only alternative in the coming assembly election in Uttar Pradesh,” said Keshav while addressing the party workers at state BJP headquarters.

Asking his cadre to be resilient and resolute he said," Lathi Ka Jawab Lathi Se Dande Ka Jawab Dande Se".

What else he said:

• I aim to win a minimum of 265 and maximum 403 seats.

• I need everyone’s support as I am do not have much experience.

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Lauded Prime Minister Modi:

• The Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Kerala soon after the fire incident.

• It was the first time in history that a PM reached an accident spot in such a short time.

• Central government has given a package of Rs 1500 crores for Bundelkhand.

Earlier, Keshav Prasad Maurya was accorded with warm welcome by party workers at the Charbagh railway station of Lucknow. Read full copy here

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