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SP indulging in ‘drama politics’ to gain cheap popularity: Bhupendra Singh


Taking a jibe at Samajwadi Party (SP) president Akhilesh Yadav’s protest march to the assembly, Uttar Pradesh unit president of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Bhupendra Singh on Monday said that people, who seldom leave their air-conditioned rooms are also oblivious of the ground realities.

Singh said, “Some people do not understand the importance of places. The place to address matters of public concern is the house and not the road. But, the SP president loves to recall the ‘jungle raj’ and corruption of his reign. On the other hand, the NCRB data shows that law and order is well-maintained in UP, under CM Yogi’s leadership.”

He claimed that the SP is cut off from the general public of the state and has engaged in this high-voltage drama on the road to gain cheap popularity. “The SP government had crossed all limits of corruption and the CBI is looking into a number of cases, including frauds involving mining and riverfront properties,” he said.


Singh said, “UP has set a record in giving government jobs and employment to people under the leadership of CM Yogi while the poor recruitment during SP government is not hidden from anyone. Youths today receive employment and jobs in a fair and transparent manner.”

Launching a scathing attack on the opposition, the BJP state president said that SP’s ‘goonda raj’ is still fresh in people’s minds and that their attempts will be ineffective since the Yogi-led government in the state is working for all segments of society without discriminating.

He said, “This is the first time in the last five and a half years that everyone at the bottom of the social ladder is benefitting from the double engine government’s initiatives without any prejudice.”