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Jaiswal hints at Congress-BSP tie up in UP

Minister of State for Home Affairs and Congress leader Sriprakah Jaiswal today hinted that his party may tie-up with the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in Uttar Pradesh after the ongoing polls.

New Delhi, May 5 : Minister of State for Home Affairs and Congress leader Sriprakah Jaiswal today hinted that his party may tie-up with the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in Uttar Pradesh after the ongoing polls.

Speaking about possibility of post-poll alliance in the state in case of a hung assembly, he said there was not enough scope for the party but to go for a tie-up with Mayawati.

"Keeping aside the Samajwadi Party and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), there will be an alignment that would ensure to a stable and popular government in the state which you are indicating and expecting... I am assuring you that will definitely happen," Jaiswal said.

Expressing confidence of doing well in the ongoing elections, he said the Congress would be one of the major players in forming the next State Government.

"See, anything can happen in politics but poll trends and prevailing public mood indicates that Uttar Pradesh won't have government without Congress," Jaiswal added.

The record seven-phase assembly polls will come to an end on Tuesday with the final phase of the polling for 59 assembly segments.

Major leaders whose fate will be decided in the final phase are Ambika Chaudhary, Harishankar Tiwari, Mukhtar Ansari and Akhilesh Pratap Singh.

Counting of votes is due on May 11 and results are expected on the same day.

ANI

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