Guna, MP, Sep 24: The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) will not enter into any poll alliance while contesting the next Assembly election in Madhya Pradesh.
''My party is ever ready for hustings,'' BSP Deputy Leader in the Lok Sabha Brajesh Pathak told mediapersons here yesterday.
Alleging that the Bharatiya Janata Party always fanned religious issues during elections, he claimed that the BSP did not get entangled in the Ram Setu or any other religious issue but instead devoted itself to ensuring bread for the poor.
''The BSP wins polls not due to industrialists' support but due to its workers. During this visit, I will determine which constituencies will be favourable for brahmin candidates,'' added Mr Pathak who was here to take part in a brahmin convention.