Meerut: Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) president Chaudhary Ajit Singh said, he is not ready to forge alliance with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) for the coming 2012 Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.

However, he said his doors will remain open for any other political party. He might have met Congress leaders, but there have been no talks in this regard, he said. He has had no interaction with SP chief Mulayam Singh for 8-9 months.

Ajit Singh on Saturday accepted the membership of Congress and BSP workers, who left their respective party, in RLD at Circuit House. Stating ‘Mayawati hatao, UP bachao’ the main issue of RLD, he said, “People want to get rid of misrule of Mayawati’s government. Anna Hazare’s campaign has brought a wind of change in the state.”

“The entire atmosphere gets terrorised wherever Mayawati goes. If the opposition unites, the BSP government will be swept out of state,” he added.

There will be a straight fight between RLD and BSP in western UP. Non-political people are also getting associated with the party.
Calling the Bhatta-Parsaul incident tragic, he demanded for judicial probe in the matter.

“Farmers have been robbed of land in the name of Yamuna Expressway. Mayawati has grabbed around 2 lakh hectare land in Noida,” said Singh.

Demanding for amendment in Land Acquisition Act, he said money should be compensated as per market value after acquiring land for benefit of people.

JPN/Bureau