Lucknow: The BJP has entered into an alliance with Janwadi Party and decided to contest on 399 seats out of a total of 403 Assembly seats in the upcoming Uttar Pradesh polls.

"The party has entered into an alliance with Janwadi Party for which four seats have been left," BJP state president Surya Pratap Shahi told reporters here.

Seats which have been left for Janwadi Party, headed by Sanjay Singh Chauhan, include Madhuvan and Ghosi in Mau, Jakhania in Ghazipur and Atraulia in Azamgarh.

The party will launch two campaigns for the Assembly polls, Surya Pratap Shahi, BJP State President said.

"A satta parivartan yatra will be taken out in all 403 Assemblies between January 20 to January 30 during which the BSP rule will be exposed," he said.

While on January 23 on the occasion of birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose a state-wide agitation would be held in which copies of notification regarding 4.5 per cent quota to minorities would be burned, he added.

(Agencies)