Bhopal: BJP President Nitin Gadkari on Thursday
said his party would not enter into a post-poll alliance with
Bahujan Samaj Party or Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh if it
does not get majority on its own.
"There is no question of any alliance taking place with
either of these two parties," he said.
Meanwhile, Gadkari, who had come here for an event,
said Uma Bharti was doing "good work" in Uttar Pradesh.
Asked if he would campaign in Charkhari, the assembly
constituency from where Uma is contesting the UP assembly
elections, Gadkari merely said he had campaigned in 55
constituencies and would continue with his programme.
Responding to queries on farmers` suicides, he said it
was due to "wrong" policies being pursued by the Centre.
He pointed out that prices of chemical fertilisers had
trebled in the last four years and were now also selling in
He said farmers were committing suicides due to "poor"
irrigation facilities and there has been a long-standing
demand that irrigation be made a Central subject.