Modi’s sympathy for farmers a ‘bunch of lies’, says Mulayam
Attacking BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Tuesday alleged that a man who ‘changes his kurta’ five times a day, would not know about the pains of the poor.
Addressing a rally after filing his nomination today for Azamgarh Lok Sabha seat, Mulayam said that Modi’s professed sympathy towards farmers about development is a ‘bunch of lies’.
He said that Modi should compete with SP on the parameters of development.
The SP supremo claimed that Modi has ‘500 kurtas and he changes five time a day’, what he would know about the pains of the poor.
Taking a dig at Modi, he said that if a ‘chaiwala’ was contesting from Varanasi, then SP has fielded a ‘paanwala’.
He said that a person ‘gets vitamin C by chewing paan’, whereas tea was harmful for the health.
Mulayam claimed that as compared to Uttar Pradesh, farmers get costly fertiliser and power in Gujarat and alleged that during Modi’s rule in Gujarat 7,000 people had died due to starvation.