BJP denies alliance

BJP has no alliance with any political parties for the 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly Election and NPF is a rival in the hills and Congress in the valley of Manipur said Ram Madhav, national general secretary BJP, today.
Talking to the reporters at Hotel Classic Grande Madhav said the Manipur chief minister Okram Ibobi is earning on Loktak Phumdi, a drug trafficker and a corrupted leader.
“If the people of Manipur hands the power to BJP those involved in putting the sate into trouble including the chief minister as well as those at the grass root will not be spared and they will be put behind bars”, said Madhav.
He said the remaining tickets to candidates for the Bishnupur and lamshang constituency will be announced in 2-3 days. “If BJP is given the power in the state it will focus on a transparent government where there is no development gap and free from blockade”, said the BJP leader.
In the press conference Hemanta Bishwas Sharma minister of health/Finance, Assam, State BJP president Bhabananda, convenor election management committee Th. Chaoba, and selected candidates of the BJP were present.

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