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SAD-BJP hope to win all seats

PTI | ByPress Trust of India, Moga
May 07, 2004 09:07 PM IST

SAD supremo have declared that alliance between SAD and BJP was not only for 13 LS seats in Punjab but also for 14th of Chandigarh.

Union Law Minister Arun Jaitley and former Chief Minister and SAD supremo Parkash Singh Badal have declared that the alliance between SAD and BJP was not only for 13 Lok Sabha seats in Punjab but also for the 14th of Chandigarh.

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Talking to reporters here last night both Jaitley and Badal expressed confident that voters in the state were wise enough and they will vote for SAD-BJP alliance partners and hoped to win all the 14 Lok Sabha seats of Punjab and Chandigarh.

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Jaitley was strongly critical of the alleged use of unparliamentary language by Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh against his opponents especially Badals.

He said that NDA was sure to form its government under the leadership of Atal Bihari Vajpayee and he assured the voters that after the election Amrinder Singh government will be shown the doors within a week when NDA government took oath.

Earlier, while addressing an election rally in support of SAD-BJP alliance partner nominee Sukhbir Singh Badal, Jaitley said that Hussainiwala Border with Pakistan would be reopened from January 2006 and the Ferozepur will be developed as dry port, in view of long standing demand of the people of the area.

Jaitley today addressed election rallies along with Parkash Singh Badal at Giddarwaha, Molout, Muktsar and Kotkapura in support of SAD-BJP alliance candidate Sukhbir Singh Badal.

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