Mysore, Jan 7 (UNI) The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in Karnataka will not have any political understanding with any other political parties in the coming elections and will fight on its own, party's national general secretary Mr P G R Sindhia informed here today.
Addressing newspersons here today Mr Sindhia informed that BSP will field its candidates in all the 224 assembly constituencies and appeal all sections of the society to support it. "With the support base of 23 per cent daliths BSP will seek all the communities to support in the coming elections" Mr Sindhia said.
A meeting of top leaders in Karnataka will meet on January 10 and work out the poll strategy for the coming assembly elections, he said. Stating that BSP was gaining ground in all the states Mr Sindhia pointed out party's performances in the just concluded Gujarath and Himachal Pradesh assembly elections. "While expanding party's base in both the states BSP also dented the strength of both BJP and Congress in both the states" he added.
Predicting that no party will get absolute majority to form government on its own in the coming elections Mr Sindhia said that options are open to all political parties including BSP to come to power after the elections.
Mr Sindhia also informed that on the occasion of party's supreme leader Mayavathi's birth day celebrations on January 15, over 1000 women will be selected from poor families will be provided a cash assistance of Rs 5000 each and help to become self-dependents. "The beneficiaries will belongs to all communities" he said.
Mr Sindhia also urged the Karnataka Governor Rameshwar Thakur to look into the farmers problems particularly sugar cane growers and take actions to announce support price for sugarcane.
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