Bahujan Samaj Party Leader Mayawati has launched party election campaign from Agra yesterday. Agra is recognized as Dalit capital of north India. She has hits out on a PM Modi’s government for “violence” against Dalits.
The assembly elections of Uttar Pradesh will be held on February 2017.
Mayawati focused on Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh boss Mohan Bhagwat at the rally which was held in Kothi Meena Bazar ground. She asked Hindus to produce more than two children. She wondered that the centre cannot take care of two children.
Mayawati said the Modi-drove National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government was delicate towards business people. It had neglected to bring back dark cash from outside nations as guaranteed.
The BJP-drove government, she said, was purposely extending the private segment to hit the Dalits who were being prevented profits by claiming reservation. She was especially unforgiving on the issue of dairy animals butcher thus called "love jehad".
Mayawati said the BJP was attempting to catch power in Uttar Pradesh by coursing lies.
She said the Center was not ready to deal with peace in Delhi, by what means would it be able to deal with such a major state like UP. She assaulted the Congress for sending a polluted government official to UP as future Chief Minister.
The BSP boss advised the state's voters that the BJP in a bad position for constituent increases. "You ought to stay understanding against such outlines," she forewarned. It was a 'Tilak, Taraju aur Talwar' party, she said.
Focusing on the Samajwadi Party, Mayawati prompted Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to quit calling her "Bua" (close relative), reviewing the shocking occurrences at the Lucknow visitor house years back. She said the Samajwadi Party was a legislature of gundas and hostile to social components.
In her 60 minutes in length discourse, Mayawati minced no words upbraiding weaklings and the individuals who blamed her for gathering cash for appropriating tickets. She didn't extra the media which, as indicated by her, was affected by business people and the BJP.
Mayawati, who has been Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh four times, said Agra was the Dalit capital of north and she would do everything for the advancement of the city when in force.