The BJP has neither "intent" nor the "right policies" and 90 per cent of the candidates who contest as its nominees in the upcoming Lok Sabha and Assembly polls will lose, Raj Kumar Saini, the saffron party's MP from Kurukshetra claimed today.
Saini, who has repeatedly criticised the BJP in recent times, was addressing a 'Loktantra Bachao' (Save Democracy) rally in the Tigaon village in this district.
The BJP does not have the right policies nor does it have the right intent and 90 per cent of those who contest on the party's ticket in the upcoming Assembly and Lok Sabha polls will lose, he said.
Saini also attacked the Indian National Lok Dal claiming a party whose leaders faced serious corruption charges was dreaming of coming to power in the state.
He said the problem of unemployment cannot be solved by giving speeches. It would require work at the ground level, Saini said.
He promised to raise issues related to the poor.
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