Another surgical strike before polls may be launched : Akhilesh
Making fun of the failure of demonetisation scheme, the UP CM said the Modi government did a surgical strike by making crores standing in bank queues. '' I do not know what is in store before assembly polls because the former has in habit to change its surgical strikes every now and then,'' he said while pointing
Lucknow: Ridiculing the BJP government at the Centre, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Wednesday warned the people of the state to be wary of another 'surgical strike' before the state assembly polls.
''After having failed in surgical strike at the border and afterwards demonetisation, the Central government may attempt another surgical strike before the assembly polls,'' he said while speaking on the occasion of launching and dedicating various schemes of Noida, Greater Noida Industrial development Autghority and Noida Metro Rail Corporation here at his official residence.
Making fun of the failure of demonetisation scheme, the UP CM said the Modi government did a surgical strike by making crores standing in bank queues. ''I do not know what is in store before assembly polls because the former has a habit to change its surgical strikes every now and then,'' he said while pointing out firstly it was black money and corruption and now it has brought forward the issue of cashless transactions.
Rubbishing the claim of BSP Supremo Mayawati that all the developmental projects of Samajwadi Party government , in fact, belonged to her regime, he said all those projects were on papers only and his government brought them on the ground.
Asserting the BSP and BJP were always in agreement against his party, Akhilesh reiterated that Mayawati-led party had transferred its vote to the saffron party in 2014 Lok sabha elections.