Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

Mayawati firmly rejects PM Modi’s charge of SP- BSP bonhomie

Narada Desk | October 26, 2016 4:00 pm Print
"Though the dates of the elections have not been announced as yet but the Prime Minister, like his party, are involved in misleading and wrong publicity,"Mayawati said in a statement.
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Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati responded to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s comment alleging BSP-SP are hand in glove saying it was “politically motivated”. She said  that BJP and its leader are misleading people before Uttar Pradesh assembly polls.

“Though the dates of the elections have not been announced as yet but the Prime Minister, like his party, are involved in misleading and wrong publicity,”she noted in a released statement.

“Prime Minister is doing this in view of the bad shape of his party in the state but by saying that BSP and SP are hand in glove he has made a mockery of himself” she BSP supremo added.

She also said that  Prime Minister’s statement was “politically motivated” to divert people’s attention from failure to fulfill poll promises.

Mayawati made it clear that there had been no political communication at any level with her rival since the 1995 State Guest House Incident in which SP leadership had attacked her.

“Since then ,BSP has always opposed SP’s criminal face, work, and character and never paid heed to any political and electoral gain or loss in this regard,” BSP Chief Ministerial face said.

She also accused that in reality, it was BJP and SP in cahoots. Mayawati said BJP and SP who are hand in glove with each other by helping each other in creating riots and communal tension.

“It is known to all how Mulayam Singh had been in direct contact with Jan Sangh and its present form BJP since 1967, 1977 and 1989 and contested elections with them… Recently both of them contested the Bihar Assembly polls against the secular forces,” she added.

The BSP supremo alleged that both parties were “together playing politics” in Ayodhya issue

On Monday, Narendra Modi had alleged that SP and BSP are “hand in gloves” in attempts to hide each other’s corruption. He said both parties raised corruption cases of each other but did not do anything when they had power.

 

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