Akhilesh Yadav made UP No.1 in murder and loot: BJP President Amit Shah

BJP president Amit Shah today accused Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav of transforming the state into the number one state in terms of murder, loot and crime against women.
Akhilesh Yadav made UP No.1 in murder and loot,... Source: PTI
India TV Politics Desk Sonbhadra 07 Mar 2017, 01:11 PM

BJP president Amit Shah, launching a scathing attack in the last minute of electioneering in UP Elections 2017, today accused Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav of transforming the state into the "number one state" in terms of murder, loot and crime against women. 

"Please do not do any type of injustice with Akhilesh Yadav," Amit Shah said sarcastically, while taking a jibe at the young Chief Minister.

"After all, he has made UP the number one state in the country in terms of murder, loot and crime against women. And, then he says 'kaam boltaa hai' (action speaks). But, the reality is that 'kaarnama boltaa hai' (misdeeds speak)." 

Shah, while speaking in eastern UP’s town Sonbhadra, promised that if BJP comes into power in Uttar Pradesh then his government will ensure that all slaughter houses would be closed. 

“Instead of streams of blood, streams of milk and ghee would flow across the state” Amit Shah was quick to add. 

At an election rally here, Shah also raked up the issue of income from mining, a percentage of which is spent for development of the district, where the mines are located. 

"This has been envisaged by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, But, in Sonbhadra have you got any such benefit?" the BJP chief asked the crowd, which answered in the negative. 

The BJP chief took a jibe at the Congress-SP coalition in UP and said, "There are two princes in the state. One (Rahul Gandhi) who is giving tough times to his mother, while the  other (Akhilesh Yadav) who is giving tough times to his father. And, the entire state is bearing the brunt of both." 

Urging voters to back BJP, Shah said Uttar Pradesh's development has been hit by the "continuous misrule" of SP and BSP. 

"On one hand you have Afzal Ansari and Mukhtar Ansari (of BSP), while on the other hand you have Azam Khan and Atiq Ahmed. It is a classic example of "ek taraf kuan, doosri taraf khai," he said.

He said the BJP alone could help the state and its people get rid of the "goondaraj" of SP and BSP. He also said that all youngsters would be given laptops "irrespective of their religion". 

Shah accused the SP of stealing the mineral wealth of the state.

 

"As soon as the BJP forms the government in the state, within a week all the land mafia would be hung upside down, and they would be made to fall in line (saat din mein saare bhu-mafia ko ultaa latkaa ke seedha kardenge).

(With inputs from PTI) 

 
 

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