GET Stock QuotesNews18 APP
News18 English

Assembly Election LIVE Results

  • TRAILING

    Shaktisinh Gohil

    INC (Mandvi)
  • LEADING

    Jignesh Mevani

    IND (Vadgam (SC)
  • LEADING

    Alpesh Thakor

    INC (Radhanpur)
  • TRAILING

    Nitinbhai Patel

    BJP (Mahesana)
  • LEADING

    Hitu Kanodiya

    BJP (Idar (SC)
  • LEADING

    Pradipsinh Jadeja

    BJP (Vatva)
  • TRAILING

    Babubhai Mangukiya

    INC (Thakkarbapa Nagar)
  • TRAILING

    Himmatsinh Patel

    INC (Bapunagar)
  • LEADING

    Bhupendrasinh Chudasama

    BJP (Dholka)
  • TRAILING

    Somabhai Patel

    INC (Limbdi)
  • TRAILING

    Indranil Rajguru

    INC (Rajkot West)
  • LEADING

    Vijay Rupani

    BJP (Rajkot West)
  • LEADING

    Jayesh Radadiya

    BJP (Jetpur)
  • LEADING

    Lalit Vasoya

    INC (Dhoraji)
  • TRAILING

    Raghavjibhai Patel

    BJP (Jamnagar Rural)
  • LEADING

    Hakubha Jadeja

    BJP (Jamnagar North)
  • LEADING

    Arjun Modhwadia

    INC (Porbandar)
  • LEADING

    Paresh Dhanani

    INC (Amreli)
  • LEADING

    Purshottam Solanki

    BJP (Bhavnagar Rural)
  • LEADING

    Jitu Vaghan

    BJP (Bhavnagar West)
  • TRAILING

    Saurabh Patel

    BJP (Botad)
  • TRAILING

    Ramsinh Parmar

    BJP (Thasra)
  • TRAILING

    CK Raulji

    BJP (Godhra)
  • TRAILING

    Mohansinh Rathava

    INC (Chhota Udaipur (ST)
  • LEADING

    Siddharth Patel

    INC (Dabhoi)
  • LEADING

    Manisha Vakil

    BJP (Vadodara City (SC)
  • LEADING

    Rajendra Trivedi

    BJP (Raopura)
  • LEADING

    Mahesh Vasava

    BTP (Dediapada (ST)
  • LEADING

    Chhotubhai Vasava

    BTP (Jhagadia (ST)
  • TRAILING

    Tusharbhai Chaudhari

    INC (Mahuva (ST)
  • TRAILING

    Thakur Singh Bharmouri

    INC (Bharmour (ST)
  • LEADING

    Asha Kumari

    INC (Dalhousie)
  • LEADING

    GS Bali

    INC (Nagrota)
  • LEADING

    Sudhir Sharma

    INC (Dharamshala)
  • TRAILING

    Indu Goswami

    BJP (Palampur)
  • LEADING

    Jai Ram Thakur

    BJP (Seraj)
  • LEADING

    Anil Sharma

    BJP (Mandi)
  • TRAILING

    Champa Thakur

    INC (Mandi)
  • LEADING

    Prem Kumar Dhumal

    BJP (Sujanpur)
  • TRAILING

    Satpal Singh Satti

    BJP (Una)
  • LEADING

    Virbhadra Singh

    INC (Arki)
  • LEADING

    Suresh Bhardwaj

    BJP (Shimla)
  • LEADING

    Vikramaditya Singh

    INC (Shimla Rural)
  • LEADING

    Narinder Bragta

    BJP (Jubbal Kotkhai)
»
1-min read

Blow to Opposition Unity, Mayawati to Skip Lalu Yadav's Mega Rally in Patna

Mayawati also said that her previous experience with the coalition government was not good, and accused her allies of stabbing in the back. I would think about any coalition only if the seats are fixed beforehand, she said.

Qazi Faraz Ahmad | News18@qazifarazahmad

Updated:August 24, 2017, 8:03 PM IST
facebookTwittergoogleskypewhatsapp
Lucknow: In yet another blow to Opposition unity, BSP supremo on Thursday announced that neither she nor any representative from her party will be attending RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav's mega rally in Patna.

Mayawati also said that her previous experience with the coalition government was not good, and accused her allies of stabbing in the back. I would think about any coalition only if the seats are fixed beforehand, she said.

Addressing the media on Thursday, the Dalit leader said that the Opposition parties begin to reveal true colours after the results come out. "I will share the stage only if the seats are fixed."

Mayawati's statement has once again exposed a fragmented Opposition against the ruling BJP. Two days ago, a Twitter handle, claiming to be the official handle of the BSP, released a poster showing Mayawati and Akhilesh Yadav together, fuelling rumours that the two leaders might share the stage at the 'BJP Bhgao, Desh Bachao rally'. But the BSP soon issued a statement clearing the air that it wasn't party's official handle. The Twitter account was, later, deleted.

Lalu Yadav had, earlier, claimed that National Secretary General of the BSP, Satish Chandra Mishra, will attend the rally on party's behalf.

Mayawati said that she or her party wasn't against any coalition of secular parties. “The BSP itself is a secular party. The party has been invited to the Patna rally, but the party will not share the stage in any rally until the number of seats was fixed,” said Mayawati.

Read full article
Next Story
facebookTwittergoogleskypewhatsapp

Live TV

File is:/article-scroll-new.php