PM Narendra Modi’s ‘rent-a-crowd’ Parivartan rally a ‘flop show’, says Mayawati’s BSP

By: | Updated: January 2, 2017 7:05 PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address had said hailed the crowd as 'largest ever in his entire political career'.

mayawati, pm rally, pm rent a crowd rally, pm narendra modi rally lucknow, parivartan rally lucknowBSP supremo Mayawati on Tuesday accused the “anti-Dalit” BJP of “misusing government machinery” to tarnish her image ahead of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. (Source: IE)

Bahujan Samaj Party on Monday dubbed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Parivartan rally in Lucknow as a ‘flop show’. The party even alleged that huge crowd gathered at rally as ‘Bhade ki Bheed’ (rented crowd). Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address had said hailed the crowd as ‘largest ever in his entire political career’.

Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a ‘parivartan rally’ in Lucknow with an evident presence of a huge gathering.  In his address, the Prime Minister said that BJP is the only party which can develop the state of Uttar Pradesh. The rally was of crucial significance, since PM Modi spoke first time since the address to nation on completion of 50 days of demonetisation.

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It was reported that the party arranged over 15,000 buses to help supporters attend the rally. Prime Minister urged people to rise above caste and religion at the time of vote.

Your huge response indicates interest in development. Move beyond caste and creed and vote for development. It is because of Uttar Pradesh that the nation has got a stable government.

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BJP president Amit Shah, senior leaders Rajnath Singh, Kalraj Mishra and Uma Bharti are among those attending the rally.


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