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Third front has no future: Surjewala

india Updated: Jun 15, 2013 19:27 IST

Haryana Public Works (building and roads) minister Randeep Singh Surjewala on Saturday said the proposed third front had no future in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections "as it neither has any policy nor any motive".

"The alliance made to enjoy power would never succeed," Surjewala said while talking to media after laying the foundation stone of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Nirman Bhawan at Kaithal in Haryana on Saturday.

He also inaugurated Drain Bridge on Jagdishpura approach road.

He said 1960 to 2004 period was an example of the fact that the third front had never succeeded.

Replying to media queries, Surjewala said Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) should first decide as to who would wear the crown.

"At present, the BJP party is in a dilemma as to whom they should present the crown," he said and added that the party which could not respect its seniors and did not know their
culture and traditions had no right to do politics.

Surjewala said Kurukshetra MP Naveen Jindal would get a clean chit as he was innocent and had committed no wrongs.