"The common sentiment among people is that they demand change, both at the national as well as state level. People also want anti-Congress forces should not divide the votes among themselves. In their common fight against the Congress, all opposition parties should be united only then it will be possible (to defeat them)," Singh said.
    
The member of Lok Sabha from Gurgaon, Singh said, "I think this sentiment of the people should be considered by the parties, which are trying to seek votes in their fight against the Congress." He was asked a range of questions including speculations being rife that he may join BJP or INLD in near future.
    
Singh sprang a surprise earlier this month by participating in a rally at Kurukshetra organized by the INLD to mark the 100th birth anniversary of the party's founder former Deputy Prime Minister Devi Lal.
    
Singh, the bete noire of Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, who had earlier made it clear that he will not contest the next elections from Congress as he was upset with the "existing circumstances" in the party, said that he had almost broken relations with the party, in which he has spent 35 years of his political career.
    
The 63-year-old former Union Minister who had recently floated apolitical 'Haryana Insaaf Manch' was in the limelight a couple of months back when he had demanded a probe into the land deals of Vadra in his affluent constituency on the outskirts of Delhi and punishment if he was found guilty.

(Agencies)

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