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ALAPPUZHA: The BDJS has made clear that they will no longer cooperate with the NDA leadership. BDJS chairman Thushar Vellappally has alleged that some BJP leaders are trying to avoid the BDJS from the NDA.

“It was the BJP who promised that we would be given places in the different boards and corporations. The BDJS will not cooperate with the NDA until this promise is fulfilled,” said Thushar Vellappally in a press meet.

He also said that a meeting including all NDA members except the BJP would be convened.

“There are some in the BJP who spread the news that I was given a Rajya Sabha seat. I’ll complain against them to BJP national president Amit Shah,” he said.

However Thushar Vellappally has said that he’s not aware of who exactly spread the news about his MP seat. He also clarified that neither himself nor his party has ever asked for an MP seat.

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