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CONGRESS SAYS SMAJAWADI PARTY AND BSP ONLY OUT TO CUT SECULAR VOTES

According to Congress’s Rajya Sabha MP and Spokesperson Rajeev Shukla, the SP and the BSP party were only dividing the secular votes of the state and inturn benefiting the communal parties of the state. Congress’s Rajya Sabha MP and Spokesperson Rajeev Shukla was speaking during a press conference when he stated that the SP and BSP party would only achieve dividing the secular votes and nothing else. When the media asked him that if the SP party would indeed divide the secular votes, then why did not the Congress give atleast one seat to the SP party. To this he stated that if the SP party candidates had the chance of winning, then Congress would have had definitely thought about it. He gave a round about answer when asked if the Congress would seek the support of these parties while forming the government. With cameraperson Ravi Nikam, Rajeev Mishra for NMTV News.

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