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SP-BSP alliance will oust BJP government from Center and state, says Mayawati

SP-BSP alliance will oust BJP government from Center and state, says Mayawati

Deoria, May 15 (UNI) Asserting that Bhartiya Janata Party’s (BJP) policy of divide and rule would not work now, Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati here on Wednesday said that alliance of Samajwadi Party and BSP would throw out BJP government from power.

Addressing an election gathering here for the alliance candidates, Ms Mayawati said, the alliance was formed to oust Modi and Yogi governments and it would definitely reach its goal, added that the public has realized the face of BJP and vote them out in this election.

Alleging that the BJP government was failed at every aspect, BSP president Mayawati said that BJP benefitted a few businessmen in the past five years while plights of farmers, youngsters, poor and Dalit were ignored completely.

She alleged that the government was guarding their interests only and made 'rift in society for political gains'.

Ms Mayawati said,"Modi government implemented GST and demonetization without any preparation which made bad impact on the economy. Small traders were destroyed while youngsters lost their jobs in huge numbers."

She also alleged that the territorial boundaries of our country were not safe in BJP regime and lots of our brave soldiers attained martyrdom due to wrong policies of BJP government.

Slamming Congress party for their mismanagement, BSP president said that Congress went out of the power due to its own wrong policies and working, adding that Modi government will also be thrown out of the power due to 'conservative and narrow ideology'.

SP president Akhilesh Yadav said that public will give befitting reply to Modi government by voting them out in this election.

He alleged that each section of the society was troubled by draconian policies of BJP government.

He said that Yogi Adityanath government was failed to initiate any development project, however, they were claiming credit of SP government’s development schemes and projects. He said that not only humans but animals were also distressed in BJP government.


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