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UP Polls: Akhilesh Calls BJP Government Enemy Of Development, Minorities

Akhilesh Yadav, who is the president of the Samajwadi Party (SP), attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party administration in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday, calling it - Vikas key Dushman, alpsankhayak Ke Dushman, which means - the enemy of advancement and minorities, but he did not mention Prime Minister Narendra Modi through to the next round of the Uttar Pradesh elections.

Throughout the Lucknow leg of his Vijay Rath Yatra, the Samajwadi Party head unleashed the verbal assault while speaking at two public assemblies. The yatra began on the day that Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath placed the building stone for the state's first sports college in Meerut, in western Uttar Pradesh.

Akhilesh also prayed after unveiling a statue of Lord Parshuram, who is an incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu. Lord Parshuram was born into a Brahmin family, according to legend.


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Akhilesh Yadav continued his assault on the Bharatiya Janata Party, saying that when the administration honoured the Olympic champions, where did Baba Mukhya Mantri perform the celebration? Certainly, it will be held in the same stadium that the Samajwadi Party administration erected.

Leaving HCL headquarters in Chak Ganjaria, Akhilesh began the Lucknow part of his Vijay Yatra, which was the eleventh in the sequence.

Akhilesh directed the crowd's attention to the HCL site, which provided jobs in Lucknow to several of the youngsters who had previously migrated to Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Hyderabad in search of Technological jobs. The HCL facility in Lucknow, according to Akhilesh, was built during his administration's time. He further claimed that his administration developed a cancer institution and a cutting-edge dairy plant in an area that was formerly a rainforest.

He urged people to restore the Samajwadi Party administration's development-oriented policies.

He described the Bharatiya Janata party administration as an adversary of minorities because it abolished Anglo-Indian reservations in National parliaments.

He reiterated his pledge of free electricity, saying that if they win power, their administration will provide 300 watts of free electricity to household consumers and free electricity to producers for cultivation.

He went on to say that if this administration had carried out the Samajwadi Party administration's power plant initiatives, Uttar Pradesh could have had lots of inexpensive power. Once their administration emerges, those power installations will be completed, and free electricity will be readily available.

He stated that this is merely the first of many promises in their platform. But their manifesto will contain many more promises, pledges for peasants, the poor, ladies, youngsters, and everyone. The declaration will indeed be published shortly.

Yogi's repeated claims that terrorists and protesters were welcomed to the Chief Minister's residence under the prior administration were rebuked by the Samajwadi Party chief.

Farmers' difficulties, jobless, Covid fatalities, rule of law, price rises, and development were other targets for the Samajwadi Party chief.

In the Mohanlalganj parliamentary constituency, two public meetings were held: one at Chak Ganjaria and another at Rohtas field in Kasimpur. Akhilesh then proceeded to the Bhagwan Parshuram temple in Gosainganj's Mahurakala village and prayed for around half an hour while singing Vedic chants and banging conch shells.