Thursday, October 4, 2018

Digvijaya Singh denies Mayawati's allegations of sabotage, says he will be happy with BSP-Congress alliance

New Delhi: With Mayawati accusive him of "sabotaging" a BSP-Congress alliance, senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Wed tried to try to to control, locution he revered the BSP head honcho and can be happy if such associate degree alliance materialised.

"I respect her (Mayawati). we'll be terribly happy if we've got associate degree alliance with the Bahujan Samaj Party. At the national level, I actually have invariably supported the concept that every one parties against the BJP-RSS ideology ought to move to defeat them," Singh told a TV station.

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Singh's remarks came before long once Mayawati, in one more blow to the Congress, dominated out any alliance with the Congress for the approaching Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls.

Calling him associate degree agent of the RSS-BJP, Mayawati defendant him of sabotaging a Congress-BSP alliance. She conjointly discharged Digvijaya's claims that she was below a "lot of pressure from the Centre owing to that she doesn't wish associate degree alliance with the Congress".

Asked if his statement on Mayawati triggered her latest snub, Singh said: "Nationally, central agencies are let out to suppress the voices of each organisation or one that isn't with the BJP or has criticised prime minister Narendra Modi or his government."

Singh, a former Madhya Pradesh chief minister, conjointly wanted to deny Mayawati's accusation of sabotage.  He identified that the previous province chief minister had earlier created her intentions clear by asserting associate degree electoral accord with Ajit Jogi's Janta Congress for the Assembly polls in Chhattisgarh.

"When Mayawati self-addressed a group discussion with Jogi (20 September), she unconditionally aforementioned that she is going to not align with the Congress and went ahead to declare her party's alliance with Jogi and even proclaimed that her party would contest twenty two seats in Madhya Pradesh unilaterally," he said.

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