New Delhi, May 15 (ANI): Former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ideologue K. N. Govindacharya on Friday said that the Congress and the saffron party should come together to form the next government at the Centre.
Govindacharya, who quit the BJP in early 2003 over differences with senior leaders, justified his notion by mentioning that the two parties coming together would mean the eclipse of political instability.
"In such a situation, I feel for the politics of the country and for ending political instability, Congress and the BJP should form a government together. The Congress and the BJP hold same views but show off different strategies. Because both have been following pro-rich and pro-foreign policies," Govindacharya told reporters here.
He further said that both the BJP and the Congress have same views on the issues like Special Economic Zones (SEZs) and Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) and even same foreign policies.
Govindacharya held a position of General Secretary in the BJP before he quit the party in 2003 to undertake research on indigenous ways of managing socio-economic issues. (ANI)