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BSP main rival in first two rounds, SP in rest: Amit Shah

Shah said if SP had considered what Lohia had thought about Cong, it would not have forged the pact

Press Trust of India  |  Lucknow 

BJP chief Amit Shah on Sunday said BSP is the main rival in first two phases of Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls and Samajwadi Party in the rest as he accused Akhilesh Yadav of getting into an "unholy alliance". "As per the trend of the first phase, we will get more than 50 seats (out of 73). In the first two phases we will be getting more than 90 seats (out of total 140). The main rival in these two phases is BSP. In the next phases, the rival will be SP," Shah told reporters here. He claimed that issues like payment of cane dues, loans at zero per cent ...

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First Published: Sun, February 12 2017. 20:22 IST
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