Amritsar: Punjab's rulng Shiromani Akali Dal President Sukhbir Singh Badal on Monday said his party would seriously consider fielding candidates in assembly polls in Sikh-dominated areas of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and Madhya Pradesh.
Badal said Shiromani Akali Dal has already its MLA in Haryana and it had contested seats in Delhi assembly elections and now the party would take a call that whether it should put up its candidates on those seats where Sikh population was in dominance "to fulfill the aspirations of Sikhs".
He said SAD would fight the next assembly elections in Delhi on its own symbol. To a question of sharing of seats with BJP in Delhi assembly elections, Badal said SAD's relationship with BJP was "an emotional and integral one which was far beyond the
question of seats".

To a question regarding the possibility of Narendra Modi being projected as BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate, Badal said SAD had been consistent on its line that it would go with the choice of NDA on this issue.


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