In Allahabad, Mulayam dubs ‘Modi a killer of humanity’
‘How can a community forgive the leaders who had instigated massacre and always worked against them,’ he said while adding that Modi was responsible for ‘massacre’.
Though admitting that now leaders of every political parties except the Samajwadi Party are trying to join the BJP for their vested political interest, Yadav said now it is the duty of the SP to save the secular identity of the country.
Addressing a mammoth ‘Desh Bachao, Desh Banao’ rally in Allahabad, Yadav claimed that this was the biggest ever rally of the party and it is more bigger than the Narendra Modi’s rally of Lucknow.
This was the fifth time Mulayam and Modi were addressing the rally on the same day.
Yadav said, ‘Modi was making fake promises as in Gujarat the situation is very bad. Mother and babies were suffering from malnutrition and all the rivers were polluted.’
However, the leader claimed that the dream of Modi would be shattered after the Lok Sabha elections as neither BJP nor Congress could be able to form the government and the ultimate choice of the people would be a secular third front government.
The former UP CM said BJP and the Congress were spending crores of rupees for their campaign. ‘BJP had spent several hundred crores for the Lucknow rally today. Can they explain from where they got these money,’ he said.
At the international front too, he blamed the BJP for recognising Tibet under Chinese rule while criticising the Congress for failing in containing Chinese intrusion.
He said BJP and Congress, both have no candidates hence they are taking the leaders of other political parties to fill the gap. ‘In Bihar, either the leaders are attracted towards the BJP or the Congress which has hampered the ideological sanctity of the state,’ he said while hitting out at the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) of Lalu Prasad Yadav.
He also criticised Lok Janshaktik Party leader Ramvilas Paswan and termed him as an opportunistic to join the NDA. ‘LJP joined hands with BJP as the later do not have candidates there,’ he claimed.
The SP leader, however, was critical towards the party cadre doing illegal mining and was influencing the local administration for their own need. ‘You should leave such thing and do something in a big way,’ he suggested.
Yadav also asked his son, chief minister Akhilesh Yadav to make education free in the state and patted him for good roads and other developmental works in the two year regime.
He also asked the CM to complete the Lucknow- Allahabad Highway at the earliest. UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav in his brief speech claimed that his government has done works in two years which other government could not do it in five years time. ‘We have fulfilled all our promises made in the 2012 assembly elections and have given laptops to students to upgrade their learning,’ he said.