"It goes against our policy to destabilise an elected government. If BJP had the intention to destabilise the state government, we could have done so two months back (when Bahuguna government was in trouble)," Leader of Opposition in Uttarakhand Assembly Ajay Bhatt said.
Ruling out any attempt by the BJP to create political instability in the hill state, Bhatt said the party wants the state government to complete its tenure.
"We want the state government to last its term till 2017," he added.
Ever since Maharaj defected from the Congress to BJP last week, political circles here have been rife with speculation that the main opposition party might try to usurp power by engineering a split in the CLP, which consists of nearly half a dozen MLAs bearing allegiance to the sitting Pauri MP.


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