No future alliance with any party, asserts BSP supremo
Lucknow: Seeking to project support to the Congress in Uttarakhand floor test as 'one off' instance in order to weaken communal forces, the Bhaujan Samaj Party on Wednesday made it clear that it had no intention having any alliance with any party in coming assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Uttarakhand.
'' We are already powerful in UP and Punjab while Uttarakhand floor test was just another experiment to keep BJP away from the power hence question of any truck with other parties,'' the BSP Supremo Mayawati asserted.
She said the BSP would always like to have 'master key' to power in its hand so the pre-poll or post-poll alliance is ruled out in the coming elections. '' While the BSP has gone alone in the elections of West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Kerala where our organsiation is not so strong, why should it have alliance in strongholds like UP, Uttarakhand and Punjab,'' she pointed out.
The BSP Chief also sought to make it clear that beside being a political party, it was a social movement also and undue alliances would hamper the wider cause of the party.
It is pertinent to mention that only a day before, the Congress in Uttar Prdaesh had already declared not to have alliance with BSP in UP assembly polls despite its support to the party in the floor test of Uttarakhand assembly.