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Rajbhar to be with BJP only if party honours his struggles
Lucknow: Claiming that he was leading fight for social equality, Om Prakash Rajhbhar, president of Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party (SBSP) said that if Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will honour his struggle for backwards, unprivileged class, he will think about supporting BJP in upcoming assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh.
Speaking with First India Rajbhar said “We are fighting for rights of backwards, tribes and unprivileged people and if BJP is agreed to provide firm assurance that our fight for social justice would be honoured, we can collaborate with BJP”.
Replying to question that he had committed to oppose BJP in elections and had mentioned that it would be suicide for him if he comes with BJP, Rajbhar said that OP Rajbhar can sacrifice anything for social welfare.
He said that oppose of BJP was for social justice and social welfare and if social welfare affirms in association with BJP Rajbhar will go for it.
Denying that he was with talk with any BJP leader, Rajbhar said that he will not have words with BJP leaders in state rather he would like to talk with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah. “I don’t want any post or benefit.
I’m fighting for rights of poor and backwards.
Report of Social Justice committee should be implemented, census on grounds of cast and free electricity for farmers and poor are points where BJP have to be agreed”, he pointed out.
Earlier, Rajbhar had meeting with BJP UP President Swatantra Dev Singh but it was not fruitful. After meeting Rajbhar said that he met with BJP leaders for political discussions and he was not going to join BJP.
It was second chance in recent past when Rajbhar was open for coalition with BJP but he is still denying any confirmation with BJP leaders.