BJP chief Amit Shah on Sunday while addressing the rallies throughout the state, BJP chief lashed out at the Samajwadi Party and other opposition parties in UP, saying that the elections in Uttar Pradesh would end casteism, appeasement and dynastic rule in the state.
BJP chief Amit Shah on Sunday while addressing the rallies throughout the state, BJP chief lashed out at the Samajwadi Party and other opposition parties in UP, saying that the elections in Uttar Pradesh would end casteism, appeasement and dynastic rule in the state. He was speaking at Maharajganj rally for the 5th phase of assembly polls for 51 Assembly constituencies spread across 11 districts, five of which border Nepal. Prominent contestants in this phase include controversial minister Gayatri Prasad Prajapati (SP), who will be facing Amita Singh (Congress) and Garima Singh (BJP) in Amethi, the Lok Sabha constituency of Rahul Gandhi. Amit Shah promised Achche Din in Uttar Pradesh, here are top five quotes from his speeches:
“Once the poll results are announced, it will signal the end of politics of appeasement, casteism and dynastic rule in the entire state”.
He said as soon as the BJP forms the government, it would ban all the slaughterhouses in the state. “Instead of blood of cattle, there will be streams of milk and ghee flowing throughout the state,” Shah said.
“There is acute shortage of power, medicines, and the common citizens including women and traders are feeling very much unsafe.”
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Throwing an open challenge to Akhilesh Yadav, the BJP chief said, “Counting will begin at 8.00 AM on March 11…and by noon the counting process will be completed, bringing to an end the rule of Akhilesh Yadav by 1 PM”.
On Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, he said, “On one hand Modi government has released 104 satellites, and on the other Rahul is pushing the ‘cycle’, which has already become punctured”.
The cycle is the symbol of the Samajwadi Party with which Congress has forged an alliance for the ongoing assembly elections in the state.