The president of Mahan Dal, an alliance partner of Congress in Uttar Pradesh, today said his party "do not have any ideology" and its "main aim is to grab power for the welfare of our society".
"Our party do not have any ideology... Our main aim is to grab power for welfare of our society... Every one is doing so but I say it openly," Mahan Dal's president Keshav Deo Maurya said at a joint press conference with Rastriya Parivartan Dal (RPD) chief DP Yadav.
Maurya said at present his party "did not have the position to contest in the Lok Sabha polls alone" and its "alliance with RPD will continue in future too".
In his address, Yadav indicated to contest from both Sambhal and Badaun seats.
Slamming the ruling Samajwadi Party, the RPD chief said SP MPs were openly helping rich and the powerful.