Bhopal, Mar 29 (UNI) Bharatiya Janshakti President Uma Bharti today said her party would contest the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections scheduled to take place by the end of this year on the poll planks of 'bhay (fear)', 'bhook (hunger)' and 'bhrashtachar (corruption)'.
''The party will have a direct contest with the BJP and the Congress during assembly polls,'' said Ms Bharti, while addressing a meeting of state-level party office-bearers.
She alleged that money and power were being utilised in the BJP on the lines of the SP.
Lashing out at the ''deteriorating law and order situation in the state,'' she said, ''Common man is feeling insecure. Gadarwari massacre incident in Narsinghpur reveals that situation has become chaotic.'' National BJ working president Sanghpriya Gautam said, ''We have decide that either our government is formed in Madhya Pradesh or it is not formed without us.'' BJ General Secretary Amar Singh and other leaders also kept their views.
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