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BJP backs NCP's decision of skipping Opposition meet

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August 12, 2017 08:51


As the Opposition seek to mount a united fight against the Bharatiya Janata Party, the saffron party on Saturday stated that the Nationalist Congress Party skipping the meeting called by Congress President Sonia Gandhi was a good decision.

BJP spokesperson Syed Zafar Islam said, "The Opposition can never over rule the BJP with any meeting that they conduct. Also NCP skipping the meeting shows that Congress has no power and has lost it long back. After the Congress MLA's betraying its own party shows how strong they are?"

Hailing over BJP and its rule, another saffron party leader Kailash Vijayvargiya stated that other than no other party is capable of ruling the government than them.

"I would not like to comment much about this situation as it is their problem. But I would like to inform the opposition that; other than BJP no other party is capable of ruling the government or Centre. Conduct any meeting; nothing can hamper us in any way," he said.

The NCP skipped a meeting of Opposition parties yesterday called by Sonia Gandhi after the Congress suggested that the former had betrayed them in the recent Rajya Sabha elections in Gujarat.

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