Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Sunday rubbished all the rumours on BSP's alliance and claimed that her party will join hands for alliance only if the respectable share of seats will be given otherwise BSP will contest alone.
Mayawati was addressing a press conference in Lucknow on Sunday during which she attacked BJP over Rafale deal and stated that the BJP is hiding their failures by diverting the people and using former PM Atal Bihari's death for political gains.
We will agree to alliance anywhere & in any election only when we get a respectable share of seats, otherwise BSP will contest alone: Former UP CM Mayawati pic.twitter.com/iiFuuvde6h— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) September 16, 2018
“We will agree to alliance anywhere & in any election only when we get a respectable share of seats, otherwise BSP will contest alone,” she said.
“BJP Governments in states and in the Centre are trying to hide their failures by diversionary tactics. They have not fulfilled their election promises. They are trying to use Atal ji's death for political gains,” said Mayawati.
Speaking on the relation with Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar, who referred her as 'Buaji', Mayawati said that she is related to only the common man, Dalits and people from the backward castes. She said, “I have no relation to such people. I am only related to the common man, Dalits, Adivasis & people from backward castes.”
Earlier, Speaking on the rise in fuel prices, BSP chief Mayawati said that BSP considers both BJP and Congress responsible for rise in fuel price.