BJP's dreams of capturing power at Centre is a mirage: Samajwadi Party
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Samajwadi Party on Saturday said BJP's dreams of coming to power at the Centre after the 2014 Lok Sabha elections would prove to be a "mirage" and it would disappear soon.
"BJP's dreams of coming to power would prove to be a mirage... The Third Front will form the next government at the Centre," SP national general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav said at a public meeting in Bilgram area.
Lashing out at Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi for being "narrow minded", he said the person who would sit on the chair in Delhi should be large hearted.
"People would reject communal forces... Such forces are dreaming of gaining power by instigating riots but they would not succeed," Yadav said, adding that BJP's roar would end with its rallies.
"SP rallies in Azamgarh and other places have indicated that the BJP's game is going to end," he said. Attacking the Congress, Yadav said all the problems facing the country are the doing of the party and the Centre was adopting step-motherly attitude towards Uttar Pradesh.
Claiming that both BJP and Congress are the same, Yadav said these parties want to grab power by spreading communalism and diverting attention from the real issues.
"Both these parties have no standing in Uttar Pradesh and are out to weaken SP, but no government would be formed at the Centre without Mulayam Singh Yadav (SP chief) and Third Front," Yadav said.