UP Politics: The meeting of Samajwadi Party General Secretary Ram Gopal Yadav and CM Yogi Adityanath has created a ruckus in politics. After this reconciliation, the political mercury in the state is at its peak. On one hand, SubhaSP chief Om Prakash Rajbhar is targeting Akhilesh Yadav. On the other hand BJP leaders have also taken a dig at the SP chief.
Akhilesh furious with media question
When Akhilesh Yadav came out after meeting Azam Khan, he was questioned on the meeting between Ram Gopal Yadav and CM Yogi. On hearing the question, Akhilesh Yadav got angry. He said, “You get advertisement from the government, so you want to talk on its behalf. You get the government’s budget, so whatever the government wants to ask or whatever our opposition wants, they will ask us.”
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attacked the government
Attacking the government, Akhilesh Yadav said, “Will the devotees of Bhole Nath not have to pay GST on milk. Does the government have the answer to inflation and unemployment? What is helping the farmer in drought, what is the preparation for buying paddy. The government does not answer on this. I myself walked on the Bundelkhand highway, between five kilometers, two big bridges were incomplete. There was talk of connecting it to Chitrakoot but left 15-20 kms before. The table top airport being talked about in UP was the beginning of Netaji.
BJP surrounded on tricolor campaign
On the tricolor campaign, Akhilesh said, “BJP tries to be a nationalist who doesn’t vote for them is not a nationalist. Flag hoisting has always been there. Our way is second, you come on 9th August. What would you expect from those who have not raised the tricolor till today? I heard there is a head quarter where the tricolor was not displayed for years.
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