Samajwadi Party (SP) supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying the PM is being so “too arrogant” which “does not augur well” for democracy.
Mulayam who was addressing Samajwadi Party’s rally at the RTI ground in Ghazipur, blamed PM Modi of working as per his “own whims and fancies” and asked him to change his policies.
“PM should not be arrogant. Today I caution him to change his policies. There is no place for individual’s whims and fancies in a democracy,” said Mulayam.
Mulayam further said, “I have often said farmers and traders are like real brothers. Farmers grow crop and traders sell it. But I don’t know what is going on in the PM’s mind. He threatens and says that honest people are sleeping a sound sleep. Are we dishonest that we are opposing it?”
Commenting on the demonetisation the SP supremo said that the BJP has taken a “wrong step” and it is a conspiracy to ruin our traders along with the farmers and jawans. “The country is today faced with the most challenging times,” he said.
Speaking about the continued tension on the LoC and International Border, he said, “We read about the situation on the borders in newspapers daily. Our soldiers are being martyred while facing the challenge and I can say that it is not an unimportant thing.”
He asked when the entire country is standing in support of central government how can Pakistan dare to infiltrate in to Indian territory.