New Delhi: In an effort to boost its fortunes in the sixth phase of Uttar Pradesh assembly polls, the BJP has pulled out all the stops to mount the attack on the Congress-RLD alliance in the western part of the state.

Cashing in on the Congress’ crystal gazing into President Rule in the state, the BJP has appealed electorates to vote for a complete majority.

Former BJP chief Rajnath Singh on Sunday addressed as many as eight rallies to strengthen party’s prospects in the elections.

Rejecting the possibility of President’s Rule, he said that the BJP will get a complete majority and also urge the voters to foil the attempt of other parties which are thinking of a coalition.

Singh said, “The SP has already accepted defeat after the fourth phase as it has started thinking over making alliance with the Congress.”

Addressing rallies at Khair, Jewar, Dadri, Syana, Kithore, Behat, Thana Bhawan and Civil Khas, Rajnath Singh discussed the problems related to electricity, fertilizer, and sugarcane price.

Scathing attack on the BSP government, he said that without the Chief Minister’s consent the scams of such proportion cannot take place.

(JPN/ Bureau)