UP News: Akhilesh is once again on the target of opposition leaders due to his statements. Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya has targeted SP President Akhilesh Yadav. This time Akhilesh Yadav is on target for taking a jibe at BJP’s tricolor yatra. He had spoken about the possibility of riots during the tricolor yatra of the BJP. Keshav Prasad Maurya said that Akhilesh Yadav is disturbed and restless at this time. When the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence is being celebrated, a campaign is being launched to put the tricolor in every house. May this whole country be in a festive atmosphere. At that time adding the name of the riot by taking the name of the tricolor is a great sin.
Akhilesh remembers his tenure
Deputy CM Maurya said, ‘Akhilesh Yadav misses his tenure because riots used to happen every day during his tenure. Not a single riot happened during the tenure of the BJP government. I also want to warn the rioters not to even think about the riots in Uttar Pradesh by mistake. I know that SP has criminals, goons, mafia, rioters.
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Akhilesh learns a lot in five years
Keshav Prasad further said, ‘He has no shortage of such people but in five years he has come to know that if he does such a mess, he will not be spared. I don’t think any rioter will conspire to riot even if Akhilesh Yadav wants it and if he does, he will face strict action. Our department and the government are all working together in the preparations. From the point of view of the department, our women’s self-help group is also engaged in the construction of the tricolor. Due to this, where she has got employment, on the other hand she is able to contribute for the worship of Mother India.
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