Published On : Wed, Feb 22nd, 2017

No question of alliance with BSP, says Amit Shah at UP rally

Amit Shah
BJP president Amit Shah, addressing a rally in UP, says there is no question of a post-poll alliance with the BSP or any party. The BJP will get “full majority” in UP, Shah said adding that not naming the CM face in UP is part of BJPs poll strategy.

Yesterday, Shah rejected the opposition charge that the PM sought to inject communal colour in his recent poll campaign speeches.

Shah on Tuesday promised to put an end to illegal slaughter houses if voted to power and “liberate” UP from “fear of” people like Atiq Ahmed and Mukhtar Ansari.

Shah, who addressed rallies and held a roadshow in the district having the highest number of 12 assembly seats in the state, came down heavily on Samajwadi Party (SP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) for “offering political patronage” to those with criminal antecedents.

“Only the BJP can liberate the people of UP from the fear of people like Atiq Ahmed, Mukhtar Ansari and Afzal Ansari”, he said. Ahmed is in SP and the other two with BSP.