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Hyderabad

2014 elections last nail in the coffin of ruling party

Sunday, 22 December 2013
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Hyderabad, December 22:

President Ambedkar National Congress Mr. Mohammed Kazim Ali Khan claimed that public has become sick of Congress party due to persistent corruption and skyrocketing prices; hence 2014 elections will prove like the last nail in the coffin of ruling party.

BJP’s dream of getting to power will not be fulfilled because of presenting Narendra Modi as prime ministerial candidate. Alliance of regional and other parties will play a key role in the formation of next government. These views were expressed by Mr. Mohammed Kazim Ali Khan in the meeting of state presidents and officials of the party. He said keeping in view the Muslim–Dalit unity and weaker sections; Ambedkar National Congress has decided to form a fourth front with other parties. This front will also contest on the parliamentary seat of Hyderabad.

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