Amit Shah whips "dynastic politics" on Mulayam with SP campaigntext_fields
Mainpuri (UP): On a fresh bout of 'dynastic Politics' narrative by Amit Shah- the Union Home Minister and BJP Uttar Pradesh campaign's in charge- attacked Samajwadi Party's (SP) Akhilesh Yadav for bringing veteran leader, Mulayam Singh Yadav to campaigns, PTI reported.
Shah alleged that Akhilesh Yadav is playing with dynastic politics, adding that the last SP government in UP had Akhilesh Yadav's 45 family members.
Amit Shah continued wielding his whip, saying that Akhilesh Yadav had initially rejected the Covid-19 vaccines branding them as "BJP vaccines", but ten days later, he got inoculated out of fear.
He asked the audience whether they would have been safe in the third wave if they had not taken vaccines on time. Modi is a tea seller's son, and thus he knows the poor, Shah stated. PM Modi's Ayushman Bharat scheme was for the health of poor people, he added with that.
SP's 'S' means 'sampatti ikattha' (amassing wealth) and 'P' means 'pariwarwad' (dynasty), but they claims them as the party of the poor, Amit Shah said.
Shah claimed that UP achieved fair law and order under BJP rule and substantiated asking where Azam Khan, Atiq Ahmed and Mukhtar Ansari are. He wondered whether SP would have jailed them. Under Narendra Modi, there is no 'Baahubali' but 'Bajrangbali', he said.
Shah said that if the voters want the BJP to win 300 seats in UP, it could be achieved through a victory in Karhal. He added that SP would be wiped out of the state if BJP wins Karhal.
Shah said that BJP's candidate in Karhal, SP Singh Baghel, holds a prominent position in the Union council of ministers. Baghel was made BJP OBC Morcha's president, later winning a Lok Sabha seat. PM Modi made him a minister, and he had no need to contest in an assembly poll, but he wishes that UP should not be run by gangsters, Shah said. UP needs a government that works for the poor, backward classes, Dalits and curiously 'farmers'