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Maha assembly polls: BSP to contest all 288 seats

The Bahujan Samaj Party has decided to contest all 288 seats for the Maharashtra assembly elections scheduled to be held on October 13.

india Updated: Sep 03, 2009 20:16 IST

The Bahujan Samaj Party has decided to contest all 288 seats for the Maharashtra assembly elections scheduled to be held on October 13.

"As per the directives of party President Mayawati, we will fight alone in state assembly elections on all the 288 seats," BSP General Secretary and in charge of party affairs in Maharashtra, Vir Singh said on Thursday.

BSP has maintained its upward graph and thus party has decided to fight alone and create a situation where no party is in a position to form the government without its support, Singh told reporters.

Singh along with national secretary K K Sachan and state leaders is already camping in the city to select the probable candidates.