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Yogi Adityanath calls Samajwadi Party “kasaiyon ke dost”

"In the history of India, no Prime Minister ever washed the feet of sanitation workers," said the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister.

Yogi Adityanath calls Samajwadi Party “kasaiyon ke dost”

NEW DELHI: Bull is going to the rallies of Samajwadi Party (SP) asking about the friends of butchers, said Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath here on Monday.

Speaking at a rally in Kushinagar Lok Sabha constituency, Adityanathsaid, “Ab toh Nandi (the bull associated to Lord Shiva) bhi ja raha hain sapa ki sabha mein aur puchhta hai kasaiyon ke mitra kahan hain, inko main theek kar deta hun” (Nandi (bull) is going to SP’s rallies and asking where the friends of butchers are… I will set them right) adding “I told Nandi Baba that elections are going on. The Model Code of Conduct (MCC) is in place. Please spare them at this time. You can continue your work after the elections over.”

The Chief Minister’s statement comes in reference to the April 25 rally of the SP-BSP-RLD in Kannauj, where a bull entered the public event and wreaked havoc.

Lauding Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Yogi said: “Modiji has got ‘Yoga’ patented in the name of India.”

“In the history of India, no Prime Minister ever washed the feet of sanitation workers,” said the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister.

“Those asking about the caste of Prime Minister Modi should answer about what they have done for the Dalits and the poor. PM Modi has done many developmental works for these people,” he said.

Attacking SP president Akhilesh Yadav, he said: “Babua (Akhilesh) made a house with public money and when the Supreme Court asked him to vacate the house, he stole the tap.”

Let us state that SP chief also attacked the Yogi government with #VikasPoochRahaHai.

“Karobari ‘Vikas’ Pooch Raha Hai, Is Kagazi Sarkar Se Chutkara Kab Milega. (sic)” Yadav wrote in a tweet, using the #VikasPoochRahaHai

In another tweet,

Elections are being held in all seven phases in Uttar Pradesh for 80 parliamentary constituencies. The sixth phase of the General Elections in the state concluded with around 54.70 per cent voter turnout. The counting of votes will take place on May 23.

With inputs from ANI

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