Former Samajwadi Party leader and
Rajya Sabha MP Amar Singh declared that BJP will get the majority vote and form
the next government as nationalism has won over casteism in the ongoing Lok
Singh also criticized the SP
leadership and accused Mulayam Singh Yadav of “doublespeak”.
“The BJP will be able to form
majority government at the Centre as this time nationalism has taken over
casteism and the scenario has changed in favor of Narendra Modi,” he said.
Singh believes that people will vote
for Modi because of the tremendous work he has done for the past five
“From medical treatment to LPG
cylinders, electricity, housing and electricity, the BJP government has worked
in all areas and touched the common man’s life,” said Singh
When asked about the SP-BSP alliance,
he said that this is a clear indication that of SP’s breakdown as a political
“The SP had won 39 seats under
Mulayam Singh Yadav’s leadership. The seats are coming down in each election
under Akhilesh Yadav’s leadership,” the MP said.
This time also the BJP will form
government at the Centre as they are relying on nationalism to ensure
victory,” he said.
With regard to his former colleague,
Mulayam Singh Yadav:
“He does doublespeak and cannot
be trusted. He ditched both Shivpal and me and sided with son Akhilesh.”
He clarified that he did not leave
the party but was kicked out twice.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra
Modi on Friday declared that the Congress won’t get even 50 seats in the
ongoing Lok Sabha elections.
During the election rally with Shiv
Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray issued a warning to voters:
“Dont waste your
vote. Better to vote for a party that is coming to power and you can strengthen
it with your vote. The only question now is if the BJP will better its own 2014