Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Sanjay Singh said if needed, his party is ready to join hands with the Samajwadi Party (SP) to oust the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from Uttar Pradesh.
“If AAP’s help is needed to oust the BJP, we will go with the Samajwadi Party,” Sanjay Singh said as the Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections entered its last leg.
“Our government will be formed in Punjab. Uttarakhand and Goa will also see positive results. AAP’s politics is reaching the people,” Sanjay Singh said.
Sanjay Singh said, “The AAP is also making its hold in Uttar Pradesh. People are voting in the name of development. UP must rise above caste politics.”
Sanjay Singh also accused other political parties of “copying” AAP’s poll manifestos.
“Our achievement is that all the parties are copying our manifesto whether it is about 300 units of electricity or anything else,” Sanjay Singh said.
He also launched an attack on Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and said, “The CM is happy to call himself ‘Baba Bulldozer’, so from where the employment will come in this situation?…UP is not going to benefit from this politics.”
Sanjay Singh’s comments came as the high-octane assembly elections enters the last leg, with the seventh and culminating phase slated to be held on March 7 in Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi and its eight adjoining districts.
Results of the seven-phase Assembly polls across five states will be declared on March 10.