After gurdwara polls win, Akalis want ten seats for Delhi Assembly election
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Akali Dal (Badal) leaders have been fighting on the BJP symbol in accordance with an understanding between the two parties. Akali leaders claimed that they have almost 4 lakh voters in West Delhi constituencies alone.
Commenting on the issue, Delhi BJP chief Vijender Gupta said the party leaders have not received any such demand from SAD (Badal) as yet. "Ours is a natural alliance and we will take up the matter when the time comes," he said.