The BJP & the Congress are same: Akhilesh Yadav

In Akhilesh Yadav

Updated September 09, 2019 | 08:24 IST | Frank Huzur

Lampooning the UP BJP government over its pathetic handling of law and order, former Chief Minister & Samajwadi Party national President Akhilesh Yadav further cornered MYogiAdityanath when he asked a pertinent question over its tall talk vis-a-vis Investment in the state.

What is the quantum of investment? Zilch !

Earler this afternoon there was a heavy presence of socialist workers at party headquarters in Lucknow. A battery of local press was also in the attendance to report over the scheduled start of Akhilesh’s Caravan for #Rampur.

However, the protest cavalcade could not move on after BJP government once more misused its power to throw a spanner in the wheels of socialist motorcade. The reason tossed out for cancellation was charged social atmospherics over ongoing festivities of #GaneshChaturthi and #Muharram.

In reverence of the religious sentiment, popular socialist leader postponed the protest march till 13 September.

Lashing out at the immoral, unethical, discriminatory and repressive regime of the BJP, Akhilesh urged workers and enlightened members of civil society to risr in support of Maulana Jauhar Ali University for which Rampur SP Member of Parliament waa being harassed with a cluster of about 81 police cases.

Former CM and Azamgarh MP was bemused by the evil conduct of Rampur based Congress leaders whovout of personal issues with Azam Khan were dancing to the BJP’s tune. He wondered whether there was any difference between the BJP and the Congress. For both partieds are running a narrow, partisan and vested agenda of vendetta and vengeance against Azam Khan.

You may also read!

Cricket Legend Brian Lara turns 52

2 May 1969. West Indian cricket legend Brian Lara was born in Santa Cruz, Trinidad and Tobago. He recorded


The story of a predatory Indian businessman Adar Poonawala

Adar Poonawalla exploits India's Covid surge to jack up vaccine prices, collects $235 million more from Indian government as


Hitchcock- The Master of Suspense

29 April 1980. Alfred Hitchcock died (aged 80). He was known as the “Master of Suspense” and regarded as


Leave a reply:

Your email address will not be published.

Mobile Sliding Menu