No tie-up with BJP: Mayawati

Updated on May 03, 2004 10:14 AM IST

BSP leader Mayawati also accused the saffron party of falsely implicating her in the Taj Heritage Corridor case.

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PTI | ByPress Trust of India, Agra

Ruling out any tie-up with the BJP, BSP leader Mayawati on Sunday accused the saffron party of falsely implicating her in the Taj Heritage Corridor case.

Addressing a rally here, the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister threatened to take "revenge" from BJP for "framing" her in the case.

Mayawati ruled out the possibility of joining hands with the BJP and warned that "it will be the Samajwadi party which would join the NDA after the elections".

She also hit out at the Congress saying the party was "double minded" on forging alliance and reminded her supporters that "it was Congress which did not allow Dr BR Ambedkar to be in Lok Sabha in 1952".

Mayawati arrived about two hours behind schedule for the rally.

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