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Congress may join hands with JM-LJP

NATIONAL PRESIDENT of the Lok Janshakti Party and Union Chemical and Fertiliser Minister, Ram Vilas Paswan predicted that the Congress might join the Jan Morcha-Lok Janshakti Party coalition in the forthcoming assembly election in Uttar Pradesh. Paswan, who arrived at Babatpur airport and went to Azamgarh here on Thursday, told reporters that the Lok Janshakti Party joined hands with the Jan Morcha of VP Singh to give a better governance to the people in UP.

india Updated: Oct 06, 2006 00:05 IST
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NATIONAL PRESIDENT of the Lok Janshakti Party and Union Chemical and Fertiliser Minister, Ram Vilas Paswan predicted that the Congress might join the Jan Morcha-Lok Janshakti Party coalition in the forthcoming assembly election in Uttar Pradesh.

Paswan, who arrived at Babatpur airport and went to Azamgarh here on Thursday, told reporters that the Lok Janshakti Party joined hands with the Jan Morcha of VP Singh to give a better governance to the people in UP. He predicted that the Congress might also join that coalition before the assembly election.

The LJP chief criticised the Bahujan Samaj Party and alleged that the party was selling the votes of dalits. He said that soon the envelopes of medicines will carry its name and price in Hindi. Meanwhile, the activists of the Dalit Sena welcomed the Paswan at Babatpur airport.

SP, BSP will lose: Kalraj

SENIOR BHARATIYA Janta Party leader and incharge of the party affairs for Rajasthan Kalraj Mishra said that the voters would oust the Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party in the civic body election of UP. Talking to mediapersons at Babatpur airport before leaving for Bhadohi here on Thursday, Mishra said that the SP and the BSP were engaged in politics of caste while the BJP did the politics of common people.

First Published: Oct 06, 2006 00:05 IST

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