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Politicos react on reports that BSP, CPI and NCP may lose national status

ANI | 01 Jul 2014, 04:23 am
New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): Political leaders on Monday reacted on reports that BSP, NCP and CPI may lose national status as parties. BJP leader MJ Akbar said that this is a decision of the Election Commission and it is appropriate if the parties fail to gain public faith in form of votes. Congress leader Rashid Alvi stated that the parties which do not get the minimum national support naturally lose national status. Meanwhile, JD (U) leader Ali Anwar said that it is not the first time that less recognised parties are losing national status.

Politicos react on reports that BSP, CPI and NCP may lose national status

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