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No tie-up with Congress now, says CM Kejriwal

NEW DELHI: Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has dominated out any alliance with Congress for the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections, announcing the doorways had been now closed. AAP used to be preparing to go it alone, Kejriwal added.

“There isn't any query of an alliance now. We can't understand the Congress’s intent. They are weakening us in Delhi, SP-BSP alliance in Uttar Pradesh and Mamata Banerjee in West Bengal,” Kejriwal said in an interview to TV channels.

He said his party had no love for Congress but had sought an alliance for the “general advantage of the country... The country is going through a severe disaster due to the Modi-Shah duo. Our priority is to remove them”.

SP, BSP lengthen ballot pact to MP, U’khand

BSP and SP prolonged their UP ballot alliance to MP and Uttarakhand. The alliance will contest all 29 seats in MP and all five constituencies within the hill state. BSP’s upper hand used to be obvious as SP settled for simply three seats in MP and just one in Uttarakhand, leaving all others for Mayawati party.

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