Election 2019

BJP doubtful to secure infancy in Lok Sabha polls: Akali Dal’s Naresh Gujral

New Delhi: Senior Akali Dal personality Naresh Gujral has pronounced a BJP total could go next a infancy symbol in a Lok Sabha polls.

The NDA member, however, felt a saffron celebration would conduct to form a supervision with a support of existent allies. “It seems BJP will not be means to cranky a half-way symbol on a possess this time,” Gujral told ETon Friday.

Asked since he suspicion a BJP will not means to compare a 2014 opening Gujral said: “It is obvious. Mainly since of a electoral pattern in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh (where Congress won a new public polls) as good as due to a entrance together of SP and BSP in Uttar Pradesh in this elections.” Gujral pronounced some sections in a BJP had identical views.

“Even BJP ubiquitous secretary Ram Madhav has pronounced his celebration would need allies to form a supervision during a Centre this time.” Shiv Sena personality Sanjay Raut too had recently pronounced that BJP total will be next a infancy total of 272 seats.

Gujral, however, voiced certainty of NDA combining a supervision again. “I am certain a BJP with existent NDA allies will form a supervision during a Centre.” When asked about a reports of Akali Dal confronting electoral feverishness in Punjab, Gujral pronounced his celebration would win an considerable tally. “The people of Punjab feel let down by Captain Amarinder Singh’s supervision not implementing a betrothed loan-waiver for farmers in minute and spirit. Equally, a state Congress supervision has also unsuccessful on delivering amicable gratification schemes,” Gujral alleged.

Article source: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/elections/lok-sabha/india/bjp-unlikely-to-secure-majority-in-lok-sabha-polls-akali-dals-naresh-gujral/articleshow/69274764.cms


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