UP Elections 2022: Akhilesh Yadav targets BJP, says have to be careful from EVM and DM, ahead of the assembly elections

Publish Date: 18 Sep, 2021 |
 

UP Elections 2022:

Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav while addressing the people recently said that the UP election will be the biggest election in the country. While Akhilesh also appealed to the workers to be aware of EVMs and DMs and alleged that EVMs and DMs were dishonest in Bihar and got the right answer in Bengal.

Earlier, Akhilesh Yadav had told the workers that this time the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has an evil eye on the booths, and in such a situation, it is time for the SP workers to put up a litmus test to save democracy. He said, 'Samajwadi Party has asked its workers to dedicate themselves to their respective areas without wasting time, there should be no hesitation in this work, there should not be any mistake at the booth, and workers should not forget that they such an opportunity is not going to come again.’

BJP's evil eye on booths this time, says Akhilesh:

The former chief minister said, "While all the workers have to be fully engaged in the task of saving the sanctity of this festival of democracy (the 2022 assembly elections), one has to be fully alert to the undemocratic intentions of the BJP. He said, "Now this time the booths have been badly affected by the BJP and in such a situation, it is time for the litmus test of the SP workers to save the democracy." 

Akhilesh Yadav said, "The situation of advertisements in BJP's false propaganda is so scary that BJP has been counting the development works of the Samajwadi government in its works, but it is shocking that the flyover of West Bengal is also being taken up in Uttar Pradesh while displaying the minister’s portrait with it. Wherever good work has been done, BJP has no hesitation in describing it as its own.”


 

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