Akhilesh, Jayant Give Call To Oust BJP In 2022
The New Indian Express|December 08, 2021
Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav and Rashtriya Lok Dal chief Jayant Chaudhury came together and resolved to leave no stone unturned to defeat the BJP in Uttar Pradesh for the first time after striking alliance.

At a joint SP-RLD Parivartan Sandesh rally organised in Meerut on Tuesday, the leaders gave the call for 'change' in 2022 ousting the ruling BJP.

However, they remained tightlipped on the seat-sharing formula between the two parties as was expected.

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