Hitting out at Nishad party supremo quitting the gram alliance, vice president of Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD), Lucknow unit, Aditya Vikram Singh said it will hardly any impact on alliance strength in the loksabha election.
“During the election, it is common phenomena and leaders used to quit alliance or their parties for their political mileage. Nishad was with us and had promised to campaign for the alliance candidates. He later chose to switch to BJP,” Singh said.
He said alliance will defeat the BJP in the election, it is sure. “We are powerful combination and will successfully stop the BJP chariot in UP. “The BJP leaders are trying different formula to weaken the grand alliance which BJP look as formidable force. But these formulae are not going to work in the loksabha election,” he asserted.
The RLD leader said the central and state government of BJP did nothing but to exploit the voters by making false promises. “The farmers are passing through the worst phase. The sugarcane growers did not get their arrears during the five year term of BJP government in Central. Now the BJP leaders are against the doorsteps of the farmers and wooing them to vote them to power. The voters will teach a god lesson to BJP in the loksabha election,” he said.
Meanwhile, Aam Admi Party announced the second list of candidates contesting loksabha election on Friday. AAP spokesman, Mahendra Singh said Bhawani Maa of Kinnar Akahada will be contesting from Prayagraj, Engineer Ajit Ajit Sonkar from Azamgarh, Anju Saini from Sambhal and Ashotosh Brahmchari from Kanpur Dehat. The AAP spokesman said the name of contestants from other Loksabha constituencies will be declared in the time to come. The AAP had announced to field 25-30 seats amid the talks that it may go for an alliance with Congress.