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RLD chief Ajit Singh attacks Modi govt, says people have already made their alliance

Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) leader Ajit Singh said on Monday said that people and party workers have already made their alliance and the only thing left for the leaders of political parties is to finalise it.

Statesman News Service | Meerut |

Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) leader Ajit Singh said on Monday said that people and party workers have already made their alliance and the only thing left for the leaders of political parties is to finalise it.

Singh was addressing the media just before the Jansamvad Yatra in Meerut.

Expressing confidence over the alliance of the political parties against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the RLD chief said that though Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has given no indication for an alliance he is sure that Mayawati will take an appropriate decision in the interest of the nation.

Ridiculing BJP’s claim that the alliance has no face, Singh said that it is a matter which will be finalised mutually after discussions with all alliance partners.

Pleased with the turnout at his yatra, Singh attacked the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his assurances. Singh said that the PM made the promises with no intention of fulfilling them.

“The promise of Union government of doubling the income of farmers was a complete lie,” he alleged.

In his typical style, Singh called Modi government an “event management company” and accused it of controlling the media.

He also questioned the publicity given to the immersion of ashes of late Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

Ajit Singh appealed the people to dethrone BJP in upcoming Lok Sabha elections in the country.

“When the election is around they would raise the issue of Ram Temple,” he said adding that they are not serious about the #MeToo campaign as well.

Earlier in his interaction with the people in village Rohta on Sunday evening the RLD chief raised the issues of farmers and targeted the Modi government for using force on a peaceful march of the farmers at UP Gate on 2 October.

Singh claimed that people are annoyed with the government because their jobs and businesses are badly hit and government has closed its eyes to their problems instead of resolving them.