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BJD party members deflect just after the Lok Sabha candidate list announced

Moitrish Majumdar, Kolkata:

New Delhi (March 16), After the announcement of the dates of the Lok Sabha elections, a change of party has started. In this episode, Janata Dal general secretary Danish Ali resigned from the party on…


Moitrish Majumdar, Kolkata:

New Delhi (March 16), After the announcement of the dates of the Lok Sabha elections, a change of party has started. In this episode, Janata Dal general secretary Danish Ali resigned from the party on Saturday and took charge of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).

 On this occasion, he said, "I never asked for anything when I was in JDS. It was decided by HD Deve Gowda that I would hand over what work to me. I have come here after taking blessings of Goddess Gowda and permission. He said, "I will do the work which sister will give me."


With this, he said, "JDS has a special support base in Uttar Pradesh. Despite all the efforts, I could not reach the party at that place on my homeland and work place.

Today there is a danger to the constitution, in this case the need is to use its energy with a strong leadership.


Danish Ali has been the leader of JDS Since forming a Government in Karnataka, he had a very important role in the recent split of seats with the Congress. Significantly, the result of the Karnataka assembly elections on May 15, in which JDS came in third place and it was able to form the government with the support of Congress.


Kumaraswamy has said in a tweet, "JDS National General Secretary Danish Ali joined the BSP. They have done this after HD Deve Gowda and my consent. It is a part of JDS and BSP's strategy. In order to win as many seats in the Lok Sabha elections, both the parties have deliberately taken this political decision.

In this Lok Sabha election, JDS and BSP are contesting together in Karnataka.

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