Belgaum, Jan 30 (UNI) The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in Karnataka would prefer holding of assembly elections in the state only after completion of the process of delimitation of Assembly Constituencies as recommended by Justice Kuldip Singh Commission.
Speaking to newspersons here today, BSP National General Secretary Sindhia said if elections were held after delimitation process, as many as 16 legislators belonging to Scheduled Tribe community will get elected to the assembly.
However, Mr Sindhia urged the Election Commission to complete the process as early as possible and hold the elections without delay.
Expressing confidence that BSP will gain ground in the State and will be able to form Government on its own strength in the days to come, Mr Sindhia assured that people from all walks of life will get their deserved share in contesting the elections. ''Party believes in uniting all communities and does not practice caste politics'' he added.
Some of the local Congress leaders, including KPCC member Shankar Munavalli have joined BSP in Belgaum district, Mr Sindhia added.
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