Former Punjab cabinet minister and senior Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Sucha Singh Langah on Monday said the party should part ways with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at the earliest since the latter had started dreaming of coming to power in Punjab on its own.
Langah was here for a court appearance in connection with a corruption case registered against him in 2002.
Talking to the media outside the court premises, he said it would remain a dream for the BJP to become the ruling party in Punjab after the 2017 assembly elections. He added that people of the state would accept an SAD government instead of an alliance with the BJP.
He said the BJP had become overconfident after its victory in the Haryana assembly elections.