“If BJP comes to power in UP it will impose RSS agenda and end reservation, I got this information from reliable sources,” said Mayawati in Ballia.
UP Elections 2017: Ahead of UP elections, Bahujan Samajwadi Party supremo, Mayawati on Sunday in a barb said that she had found out through her sources that if Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) comes to power in UP, it will impose Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh ideology in the state and end reservation. “If BJP comes to power in UP it will impose RSS agenda and end reservation, I got this information from reliable sources,” said Mayawati in Ballia. Yesterday in Deoria, she claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Amit Shah’s duo were “dreaming of harming” Uttar Pradesh.
In the Ballia rally, she hinted that no one knows what BJP is planning as the party hasn’t yet given a face for Chief Minister in UP. “Guru and chela (Modi and Shah respectively) have together harmed the country…now, they together are dreaming of harming the state,” she alleged. She also reiterated, “There is no other Kasab (meaning terrorist) bigger than the BJP president… Gujarat is an example before you to see and ensure that this Kasab does not come (to power) here.” This was after Shah referred to Congress-SP alliance in UP and BSP as the expanded form of KASAB. Shah had said, “Until Uttar Pradesh gets rid of K-A-S-A-B, there will be no development in the state. Ka (in Hindi) is for Congress, Sa for Samajwadi Party and Ba for BSP.”
Mayawati also took a jibe at Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance, saying as soon as the results for UP elections is announced SP will need some oxygen, and if there is something missing after that UP CM Akhilesh Yadav’s uncle Shivpal Yadav will fulfill it. “SP chunav ke nateeje aate hi oxygen pe chali jaaegi, or isme kuch kami rahi toh usey unke chacha Shivpal pura kardenge,” said Mayawati on Sunday.
On Saturday she cautioned Muslims in the state, alleging that minorities, especially Muslims, are being subjected to “stepmotherly treatment”, Ms Mayawati cautioned Muslims against voting for the SP, saying it would “directly benefit the BJP”.