The unity of India would be at stake if BJP returns to power at the Centre as they want only Hindus to stay in the country, West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharya said here today.
"India is the home to second largest number of Muslims in the world after Indonesia. What would be the fate of these people if BJP comes to power at the Centre," Bhattacharjee said at a poll rally.
He backed the position of Third Front in this context during the ongoing general elections.
"Leaders like Sarad Pawar, Mulayam Singh Yadav and Naveen Patnaik want to join Third Front. The people have lost faith on Congress as they have deprived the poor during the UPA rule," Bhattacharjee, a CPI-M politburo member, said.
On the question of the Nuclear Deal with the US, Chief Minister said, "Congress has misled people by giving false statements".
"The deal amounts to selling the country to the US. No country has been benefited by allying with the US," he said.
At this juncture, he said people should form a government at the Centre that would stress on independent foreign policy and help the poor people. PTI