BSP SLAMS OPPONENTS, SAYS BJP SEEKS VOTES WITH ‘RAM’, SP WITH ‘JINNAH’

The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) slammed both the BJP and SP for colluding and playing ‘religion based’ politics for the upcoming elections. BSP spokesperson Subhindra Bhadoria said on Friday that both parties have failed to maintain the law and order in the state, referring to their previous governments. 

“BJP is seeking votes in the name of ‘Ram’ in Uttar Pradesh and SP is seeking it in the name of ‘Jinnah’, but the public will vote based on work, not on religion,” Bhadoria said while speaking to ANI. “What work have they done? Both parties failed to maintain the law and order in the state. People want BSP to rule and that is why BSP will form the government in the upcoming assembly elections,” he added, asserting the party’s confidence for the upcoming elections.

On Monday, the party’s chief Mayawati had tweeted attacking both parties for colluding ahead of the elections. “The statement given by the SP chief in Hardoi yesterday about Jinnah and the BJP’s response to it is part of the collusion… and their well-thought-out strategy,” she tweeted. “Since the thinking of these two parties is casteist and communal, their existence has been based on each other. That is why when SP is in power, BJP is strong whereas when BSP is in power, BJP is weak”, she added. 

 

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