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SP ally OP Rajbhar, says BJP-BSP had tacit understanding in over 120 seats in Purvanchal

Photo : ANILucknow: Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party (SBSP) founder OP Rajbhar on Tuesday claimed that the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) had a tacit understanding on around 122 seats in Purvanchal in recently concluded assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh.”122 seats in Purvanchal are such on which candidates were decided at BJP office and symbols were given at BSP office. I can provide evidence for the same. Parties that had been in power for 4 times – be it BSP or Congress – supported BJP. Where did their votes go?” Rajbhar told ANI.He further stated that his party and allies have decided to conduct a review of the debacle in UP polls.”We’ve decided to conduct a ‘Vidhan Sabha War Review’. On the basis of their report that points out our shortcomings, we’ll try to work on the same. Secondly, ‘BSP aur BJP ka male ho gaya, jo UP mein bada khel ho gaya’,” the SBSP founder said.The ruling BJP has returned to power in Uttar Pradesh with a thumping majority by winning 255 seats in the 403 member Legislative Assembly. The SP was the second largest party with 111 seats and its ally SBSP secured the win in six constituencies. Mayawati’s BSP was reduced to only one seat.

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