Ram Temple will be the poll plank of BJP: Mayawati
Lucknow: Accusing BJP of playing communal politics in the state, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BJP) on Sunday said the saffron party was certain to go in for upcoming Assembly elections of Uttar Pradesh on the issue of Ram Temple in Ayodhya.
“The Bharatiya Janata Party is planning to contest the coming Vidhan Sabha election in the state on the issue of construction of Ram Temple and that it is why it has been resorting to hate-politics since last sometime,” said Mayawati at a press conference in Lucknow.
Accused BJP for backstabbing citizens:
“It is nothing new with the BJP that it remembers Lord Rama only at the time of elections,’’ BSP Supremo said.
The BJP backstabbed the citizens of the country by failing to take any action on black money stashed in foreign accounts,” Mayawati added.
Fires salvo at Amit Shah:
The blue brigade chief said the statement of BJP chief Amit Shah on deteriorating law and order in Uttar Pradesh shows his insensitivity as the Centre too had the responsibility in this regard.
BJP should not forget Bihar verdict:
“The Bhartiya Janata Party should not forget what they witnessed in Bihar Assembly election and they are afraid of the ground works being done by the Bahujan Samaj Party,” she said.
Demanded President's rule in Uttar Pradesh:
Expressing her concern on the condition of law and order in Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati demanded president's rule in the state citing the example of Uttarakhand.
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