Akhilesh laughs away Hindu migration issue of Kairana in West UP
Muzaffarnagar/ Shamli : Making light of the allegation of BJP about Hindu migration from Western Uttar Pradesh, the Samajwadi Party President and Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday commented that the saffron party should not be concerned about this as the Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself had migrated from Gujarat to UP and then to Delhi.
While addressing a rally in Khatauli assembly constituency of Muzaffarnagar and Kairana of Shamli, he said that Modi should stop bothering about the migration of people from Uttar Pradesh and start working to save his and Bharatiya Janata Party's embarrassment in the coming state assembly elections.
CM Akhilesh tried to downplay the issue of Hindu migration due to law and order and communal reasons which was raked up by the BJP MP from Kairana Lok sabha constituency Hukum Singh. He had furnished a list of migrated hindu families who according to him were migrated from Kairana few months ago. Fully aware of the fact that SP had to face the wrath of the people of Western UP in 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Akhilesh tried to blow away the issue in a lighter vein.
Trying to appease the electorate of Kairana, the UP CM announced a Girls Degree College and new Bus stand in Kairana ,if party comes to power again.
Speaking over the SP Patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav's discomfiture over the Congress and SP alliance, Akhilesh said that his father would be the happiest person after his party retains the power in state.
What else Akhilesh said?
- Opposition parties are confused with the SP-Congress alliance.
- After winning UP, we will drive out the communal forces from Delhi.
- BJP scrapped the high denomination currency notes to end corruption but no one knows how much black money has been recovered after the demonetisation move.
- Money is never black or white only transactions are bad.
- People even died while standing in the queues but no compensation was provided to them.
Later addressing another public meeting in Baghpat the UP CM said that there is a wave of SP-Congress alliance in districts of Uttar Pradesh. Adressing a gathering of thousands of people, Yadav said that he is assured that the alliance will get more than 300 seats in the assembly elections.