New Delhi, May 12 (ANI): The Samajwadi Party has alleged that the Congress is in touch with BSP, and accused the party of using Uttar Pradesh Governor T V Rajeshwar for this purpose.
Talking to reporters in New Delhi, SP General Secretary Amar Singh on Tuesday made it clear that his party's support will not come easy this time and indicated readiness to go with Left parties if BSP is not with them.
Singh also criticised the Congress for changing attitude towards Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
Expressing confidence that Samajwadi Party would get enough seats in the Lok Sabha polls to be relevant.
He made it clear that Congress will have a tough deal at its hands if it wants its support.
Singh also ruled out having any post-poll alliance with the BJP-led NDA, saying that such a possibility is out of question. (ANI)