Akhilesh assaults Modi for recommending segregation in giving power, keeps the issue alive


Akhilesh assaults Modi for recommending segregation in giving power, keeps the issue alive
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Boss Minister Akhilesh Yadav today depicted Prime Minister Narendra Modi as novel for anticipating the power supply issue as a Hindu-Muslim matter.

Heading into the last leg of Uttar Pradesh Assembly decisions, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today depicted Prime Minister Narendra Modi as “one of a kind” for anticipating the power supply issue as a Hindu-Muslim matter, keeping the issue alive.

The Samajwadi Party national president additionally requested that Modi swap places with him on the off chance that he didn’t care to remain in Delhi.

“Our Prime Minister is unique…He has made power a Hindu and Muslim (issue) by charging that our administration used to supply more power amid Ramzan than in Diwali and Holi. We have given the information which demonstrated we didn’t separate,” he said at a decision rally in Jaunpur today.

“PM ka mann Delhi me kam slack raha hai, UP me zyada. Agar aisa hai to humse kursi adla badli kar lein (If the PM dislikes to remain in Delhi and likes UP additional, he can swap places).”

Depicting his roadshow with Congress VP Rahul Gandhi in Varanasi a win, Akhilesh said the group and reaction there was overpowering and he was sure that the general population will bolster the Samajwadi Party-Congress organization together.

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Raking the OROP issue, he accused Modi of “bamboozling” on the matter.

“For the sake of surgical strike our armed force was left to battle. An answer is yet to be come to. Everybody comprehends what it the circumstance of Kashmir…Such a PM was never observed by us,” he stated, advised individuals to be careful with him

Charging that the Prime Minister was misdirecting agriculturists for the sake of advance waiver, Akhilesh looked to know what amount was composed off in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Chhatisgarh and Jharkhand. “We had postponed ranchers’ credit. If necessary, we will defer their credits up to Rs 1 lakh,” he said.

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