Samajwadi Party Will Pay Heavy Price For Aligning With BSP: Rajnath Singh

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Earlier this 12 months, BSP supremo Mayawati and SP chief Akhilesh Yadav introduced that they may battle from 38 and 37 seats, respectively whereas leaving two for the Congress in Uttar Pradesh.

Seeking to drive a wedge between alliance companions SP and BSP, Union minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday stated Samajwadi Party should bear the implications of teaming up with the Mayawati-led party within the Lok Sabha elections. 

Addressing an election assembly at Dataganj, he stated, “… Samajwadi Party (SP) doesn’t know what huge mistake it has dedicated by forging an alliance with the BSP. It should bear the implications.” 

Seeking to drive a wedge between alliance companions SP and BSP, Union minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday stated Samajwadi Party should bear the implications of teaming up with the Mayawati-led party within the Lok Sabha elections. 

The Union dwelling minister additionally stated that hardly 13 days after the Pulwama terror assault, ”revenge” was taken.

Earlier this 12 months, BSP supremo Mayawati and SP chief Akhilesh Yadav introduced that they may battle from 38 and 37 seats, respectively whereas leaving two for the Congress in Uttar Pradesh. The seats that had been neglected by the SP-BSP alliance included the Gandhi household”s stronghold of Amethi and Raebareli. 

“Congress and different opposition events began demanding proof as to what number of terrorists had been killed, what number of camps had been destroyed… had it been one or two, we may have counted them. 

“But, they had been so many, to what extent may have we counted? The job of IAF is to not rely the our bodies,” he stated.

The senior BJP chief additionally underlined the Centre’s resolve in offering finest safety equipment to the armed forces. 

Mr Singh was referring to the air strikes carried out by the Indian Air Force (IAF) on terror camps in Balakot. 

He stated the troopers had been demanding bulletproof jackets since 2009, however in useless. 

“As quickly as Prime Minister Narendra Modi got here to learn about this, he instantly gave orders for offering bulletproof jackets to Army jawans. Such jackets have been given to 1.86 lakh troopers,” the minister added. 

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