Leaders contesting from 40 seats are dreaming of becoming PM: Modi
Moradabad, Apr 14 (UNI): Commenting on Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and Samajwadi Party (SP) chiefs, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that those who were contesting from 40 seats have desire to become PM.
Addressing a election gathering here on Sunday, Mr Modi said: “Previous governments of SP and BSP always ignored development of western UP. He said that one candidate of alliance who have encroached land of Dalits and other government land have problem in saying ‘Vande matarm’ while one other candidate feels embarrassing to respect Baba Saheb Ambedkar but BSP supremo was campaigning for him.”
PM Modi said “Today elephant is riding bicycle and targeting chowkidar (referring to himself). Babua (Akhilesh) has forgot when Bahen Ji (Mayawati) had suggested to send Neta ji (Mulayam Singh Yadav) to mental asylum.”
He said that BJP was committed to overall development of ‘Brass city’ Moradabad and western UP. He said that Yogi government was running ‘One district one product’ scheme under which several facilities including availability of raw material, designing, marketing and other facilities were being provided to support unique product of every district”.
Slamming the SP-BSP-RLD alliance PM Modi said: “Due to incapability of previous SP-BSP government atrocities on women were at its peak. Goons had protection of political leaders and were targeting poor, farmers and girls of state. But Yogi Adityanath government has hammered on these criminals and improved law and order situation in state.”
Speaking about recent achievement of ISRO, PM Modi said now our reputation was roaring in land, water, air and space. He said that now our neighbours have understood that any wrong initiative will bring disastrous reply from India.