BJP chief rules out post-poll with INLD

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Ambala
  • Updated: Sep 29, 2014 21:38 IST

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president Amit Shah on Monday asserted that his party would not forge any post-election alliance with the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD).

Addressing a public meeting to garner support for the BJP candidates in the district, Shah claimed that vested interests were spreading false and baseless rumours that the BJP and INLD would forge an alliance after the assembly elections.

Sounding optimistic, he said his party would get sufficient assembly seats to form government on its own. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s campaign of a Congress-free India would be successful if people handed defeat to the Congress in Haryana and other states where elections would be held this year, he added.

Lambasting the Haryana government, the BJP chief said the Congress government that is in office for the last 10 years has failed to provide basic amenities like roads, water, sanitation and power, while corruption, unemployment and atrocities on women and Dalits were rampant.

BJP candidate from Ambala Cantt, Anil Vij said all sections of the society were disenchanted with the Congress government, which is going to get a drubbing in the elections. He added that the BJP would form popular government in the state.

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