Apart from Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati, the leader of the Bahujan Samaj Party, which is very active in giving a statement on the country's politics, has once again questioned the poor law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh.

Amid reports of accidents involving migrant labourers on their way back home, the opposition Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party expressed concern over their plight.

The Enforcement Directorate has attached assets worth Rs 5 crore of former Uttar Pradesh cabinet minister Rangnath Mishra in connection with a money laundering case, the agency said on Saturday. Mishra was the minister for secondary education and home in the 2007-11 Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) government headed by the then Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati.

She accused the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government at the Centre of not taking others into confidence before bringing in the Citizen Amendment Bill (CAB). That's why, there is an in outcry the country," Mayawati told reporters at a press conference here on her 64th birthday.

Mayawati said that the BJP should stop being stubborn to get NRC and NPR in the country  and that the party is now on the same path that Congress had charted before them.

Where the AAP is not attending the meeting in view of the upcoming assembly polls in Delhi, BSP supremo said it would demoralise her party workers. Mayawati tweeted saying her party workers were upset after the Congress in Rajasthan indulged in ‘horse trading’ by getting BSP MLAs to join their party, following the election results.

The Opposition on Sunday targeted the Uttar Pradesh government over the murder of a private firm employee in Noida last week, with the Congress and the BSP accusing Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's dispensation of laxity and indifference.

In a series of tweets, the former Uttar Pradesh chief minister also slammed the Gehlot government for the death of infants.