SP, Cong Would Form Alliance to Keep BJP Out: Swaraj
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Alleging that SP and Congress were hand in glove as Mulayam Singh has several times bailed out Congress, BJP today said the two parties would form a post-poll alliance to keep the saffron party out of power in Uttar Pradesh.

"BSP and SP bail out Congress whenever BJP attacks the the party over wrong policies which have led to rise in prices and corruption. They either vote in favour of the Congress or abstain and provide indirect support," BJP leader Sushma Swaraj said at an election rally here.

She said SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav had recently talked about post-poll alliance with Congress in Uttar Pradesh to keep BJP out of power.

Uttarakhand Chief Minister BC Khanduri said that BSP has become an "epitome of corruption" and BJP can fulfil the expectations of people.

Former Uttrakhand Chief Minister Koshiyari was also present at the rally held at the Ramlila ground here.

Addressing a rally in Ghaziabad, Khanduri said the NRHM and land scams in UP and the 2G spectrum and CWG scams at the Centre are symbolic of the "financial loot" committed by the Congress and the BSP.

He said that Muslims need security and development which they got in the six-years rule of Atal Behari Vajpayee government.

Ghaziabad MP and former BJP chief Rajnath Singh alleged, "Lawlessness was only gain of Mayawati government and voters will not be fooled again and that is why Mayawati and UPA are disturbed."
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