Mayawati takes a dig on PM Narinder Modi in UP election 2017

PM Modi undeclared CM candidate of Uttar Pradesh, says Mayawati

New Delhi: Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati on Monday take a dig at Prime Minister Narinder Modi by saying that he is an undeclared Chief Minister candidate of Bhartiya Janta Party. She claimed that her party BSP has already reached the magic figure needed to form the government in the state in the sixth round of polling ended last week.

Mayawati mocks at PM’s long stay in Banaras or Kashi and said it seems that Narinder Modi himself fight for the Chief Minister post in the state. He is an undeclared candidate for his party that is the reason why Modi-Amit Shah duo has devoted themselves to Utter Pradesh.

While addressing a press conference Mayawati assure that BSP will form the government in Utter Pradesh after declaration of poll result. She said seventh round of polling is yet to happen in the state but we don’t need it as our party has got enough vote to form government.

Mayawati said now fight between BJP and Congress-Samajwadi Party alliance are for the second and third position. she claimed that BJP is trying to associate this election with the 2019 Lok Sabha election. Long presence of Modi-Shah duo in the state shows that BJP will try move in the next Lok Sabha Election with the victory of this election which is not possible.

She termed the Modi-Shah friendship as Guru-Chela. Whatever guru says chela do all sort of thing to implement the same. Banaras rally of Guru (Modi) and his Chella’s rally in other places in the state shows that they are trying to communalise the election, but couldn’t succeed due to the presence of our party worker in the state.


Seventh and last round of polling will take place on  march 8 in UP election 2017
Seventh and last round of polling will take place on march 8 in UP election 2017

“BJP has accepted its defeat as it dares to increase the cylinder price in the middle of the election. BJP knows it can not win the election.” Mayawati said alleging that PM flaunted model code of conduct during his rally.

Election campaigns will come to an end for a seventh and last round of polling going to take place on March 8 in the 40 seats of over seven district in the Purvachal belt of the state.


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