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BJP’s ‘triple-engine govt’ will not give justice to farmers: Akhilesh

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Written by Shankhyaneel Sarkar | Edited by Poulomi Ghosh, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Former chief minister Akhilesh Yadav criticized the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at a rally in Ambedkarnagar, Uttar Pradesh on Sunday. Yadav, who also inducted top BSP leaders Lalji Verma and Ramachal Rajbhar into the Samajwadi party, said the “triple engine” of BJP will not allow farmers to achieve justice.

Yadav’s “three-engine” jibe was apparently a reference to the car of Union Minister Ajay Mishra’s son Ashish Mishra, which allegedly mowed down 4 protesters in Lakhimpur Kheri last month, with the dual engine being the governments ruled. by the BJP in the center and in Uttar Pradesh. He said if the BJP remained in power in the state, farmers would not get justice.

“Farmers are our backbone, they support the economy and are our ‘annadata’, but the BJP government has deceived them and done them injustices,” Yadav said, quoted by PTI News Agency. Yadav also attacked the Centre’s program to distribute LPG bottles to poor households, the “Ujjwala Yojana”.

“Due to the rising prices, the ‘Ujjwala Yojana’ has become ‘bujwalla’ (a wet firecracker) yojana. And our “chief minister of Baba” is sometimes afraid of the color red. Our CM in order to reduce the price increase can change the color of the cylinder or its name, ”Yadav said.

He also claimed that the recent reduction in fuel prices by cutting taxes was a by-product of BJP’s performance in polls, adding that prices would fall further if the BJP lost the Uttar Pradesh elections. Party leader Samajwadi also claimed India had gained a bad reputation due to “mismanagement of the Covid-19 pandemic”.

Yadav sharpened his attack on Yogi Adityanath using the UP government’s promise to distribute laptops to students. He said that “the world has changed since then and people have computers in their pockets in the form of phones.” In an apparent reference to the CM, Yadav asked people not to “look to a leader who doesn’t know how to use a laptop” while challenging the government to reveal the numbers of the number of laptops distributed in the past four. months and a half. years, the BJP is in power.

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