As her party finalises its strategy for upcoming assembly polls, BSP chief Mayawati on Saturday warned the senior leaders against making public comments on possibility of alliances, saying such remarks would tantamount to indiscipline.
Addressing coordinators and senior party leaders in New Delhi, she said the decision on alliances rests solely with the party top brass and decision taken in the interest of the party, the country and BSP's philosophy will be conveyed to all.
A statement quoting her said remarks by workers and leases about possible tie-ups will be considered as indiscipline. "Discipline demands that such remarks are avoided," it said.
The BSP wants a tie-up with the Congress in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan, but the latter is only ready for an alliance in Madhya Pradesh.