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People of UP have understood others' games: Naidu
Onkar Singh in New Delhi | April 19, 2007 17:38 IST
Former Bharatiya Janata Party president M Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday claimed that his party's prospects in Uttar Pradesh, Naidu claimed his party was heading for power after completion of the third phase of elections.
"Mulayam Singh is asking for votes, telling Yadavs and Muslims that he would go to jail if he did not win. Some journalist friends asked me where is Kalyan Singh? Let us wait for the opening of the electronic voting machines and the results would be before you. Kalyan Singh is going to win the elections," he noted.
Before addressing the press conference, Naidu called on former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and apprised him of developments in the state.
Naidu, who is not addressing any election rallies, is busy organising shakti camps, which keep detailed check on number of workers who are in the field, talk to those who have not moved out and ensure that the party's message is spread amongst the voters properly.