Badal asks BJP to give seats to contest Delhi Assembly polls
Ludhiana: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Friday asked its ally BJP to allot SAD`s share of seats in the forthcoming Assembly Elections in Delhi.
Appealing to BJP high command in view of the long standing alliance, Badal asked the party to allot those seats to Shiromani Akali Dal where its candidates had a fair chance to win.
He was talking to mediapersons after inaugurating the IMA Hall here.
Badal said Congress was SAD`s first enemy and added that the party had lost its hold on people because of its "corrupt, anti-people and wrong policies".
"His party`s top priority will be to defeat Congress," he added.
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