Monday, 8 September 2014

BJP conspiring to ignite riots in Uttar Pradesh: Mulayam Singh Yadav

MAINPURI: BJP's ideology is to spread "rumours and instigate riots" to meet their political ends Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav alleged and claimed that according to intelligence inputs, the saffron party was conspiring to ignite riots in Uttar Pradesh.

"BJP ideology is to spread rumours and instigate riots to serve their political ends," Yadav said and claimed that as per intelligence reports it (BJP) is conspiring to ignite riots in the state.

The former UP chief minister said that two BJP MLAs instigated trouble in Muzaffarnagar and Moradabad."They were not communal riots but only a minor clash between two people which was given communal colour," he said.

The UP government, however, handled it successfully, he said, addressing an election rally here.

The SP leader also criticised the Gujarat model of development, claiming that, "In Gujarat, farmers are not getting irrigation water, better seeds or manure ... as many as 60 farmers have so far committed suicide there," Yadav said.

Yadav alleged that Modi misguided people by making tall promises during the elections but failed to fulfil them.

"No jobs have so far been given to unemployed youth, prices of common commodities are sky rocketing making the life of poor and the down trodden miserable," he claimed. in Uttar Pradesh,Mulayam Singh Yadav,Gujarat model of development,trouble in Muzaffarnagar

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