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UP elections 2017: ‘BJP snatched my daughter from me’ according to : Times of India

as declared in “Krishna’s other daughter Pallavi Patel said, “BJP will pay for its misdeeds.
Krishna Patel said, ” BJP ne na sirf party barbaad karne ki koshish ki balki mere bachchey ko bhi chheen liya (BJP not only tried to damage my party it snatched away my child-daughter Union minister Anupriya Patel).
The Krishna Patel-led faction of Apna Dal vows to make Bharatiya Janata Party pay for conspiring to divide the party and that their dream of victory in 2017 Assembly polls would be shattered.
Krishna group has formed alliance with Peace Party and Babu Singh Kushwaha’s Jan Adhikar Manch.Pallavi said these 20 seats, including Rohaniya, Sevapuri, Mariyahu, Pratapgarh Sadar, Vishwanathganj, Karchhana, Pratappur, Phoolpur, Nawabganj (Phaphamau), Baveru, Chayal and Mughalsarai are seats where party has strong organizational structure at each booth.
If it succeeded in winning 73 seats in UP in 2014 Parliamentary election with the support of united Apna Dal, this time it has the support of only Anupriya while party’s vote base and all workers are with us.

UP elections 2017: 'BJP snatched my daughter from me'

according to CHANDIGARH: Punjab could be on the verge of turning over a new leaf in its political history on Saturday when counting of votes cast for 117 assembly seats takes place.
“The AAP will create a history by scoring a record number of seats in the assembly elections.
“From all the available information, the Congress is definitely forming the next government in Punjab.
We should get around 65 seats,” Amarinder Singh said.But Akali Dal president and Punjab deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal is upbeat about the alliance returning to power for a third consecutive term.
“It is a different feeling this time as all seats witnessed triangular contests.

UP elections 2017: After exit polls predict hung assembly, Akhilesh says willing to tie up with BSP

according to In a significant development, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav indicated that he was willing tie up with Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in case of a hung assembly.
The Samajwadi Party-Congress combine, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) are locked in a three-cornered battle in politically crucial Uttar Pradesh.
Samajwadi Party patriarach Mulayam Singh Yadav and his aide Shivpal Yadav, on many occasions, have expressed similar views.
The Samajwadi Party was capable enough to form its own government.
Earlier in the day, a Samajwadi Party leader had made a statement saying its alliance with Congress had not been beneficial.

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