Amit Shah hits out at Akhilesh Yadav over Kanpur raid Lucknow News – Times of India

Lucknow: Union Home Minister Amit Shah slammed Samajwadi Party It said on Tuesday that the letters of the alphabet stand for various ailments of the Akhilesh Yadav-led political organization and for them A means ‘crime and blasphemy,crime and terror), B for ‘nepotism’ (nepotism), C for ‘corruption’ and D for ‘riot’ (riots).
Addressing rallies during Jan Vishwas Yatra in Hardoi and Sultanpur, Shah said, “BJP has destroyed this distorted form of SP’s ABCD.” The recent GST intelligence and income tax raids on some SP ranks left Akhilesh with “a lot of stomach ache”, he said.
“He (Akhilesh) got so upset that he started terming the raid as politically motivated. Now, he is not able to answer the public when Rs 250 crore in cash has been recovered from a perfumer,” Shah said in a clear reference to the arrest of Kanpur-based businessman Piyush Jain, whose premises were raided by the Directorate General of GST Intelligence. and recovered huge amount of cash
While the BJP is linking Jain with the SP, the SP has been strongly denying it. Shah, however, stood firm and questioned: “Whose money is this after all. This is the money of the poor people, which was looted and kept in the perfume dealer’s house.
He said the raids were in line with the BJP’s election promise of ‘action on black money’.
The home minister’s allegation marked the BJP’s strategy to corner the opposition on corruption as it is at high stake for the UP elections. BJP workers have hit out at the SP, which is trying to emerge as the most powerful political rival of the saffron government.
Shah also criticized the opposition for calling Dalit icon BR Ambedkar and speaking only about ‘Dalit welfare’ at the time of elections. Congress insulted Ambedkar. It is the BJP that gave him due respect,” he said, referring to how Ambedkar’s birth anniversary on April 14 is now celebrated as Samarsta Diwas and November 26 as Constitution Day. He said this was in addition to the construction of Ambedkar’s memorials at various places in India and abroad.
Shah then targeted the Congress for raising the slogan of ‘Garibi Hatao’ but doing nothing to get rid of poverty. On the other hand, he said, since BJP came to power under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi, around 42 lakh people have got houses, over 2.6 crore families have got toilets, 1.66 crore have got LPG connections and 16 crore people have got toilets. is covered under Ayushman. India scheme to provide free medical assistance up to Rs 5 lakh.
Raising the issue of Ram temple in Ayodhya, Shah reiterated that SP, BSP and Congress conspired to stop it. Referring to the 1990 incident of firing on kar sevaks by Mulayam Singh Yadav government, he said, “People will not forget who opened fire on kar sevaks.”
Shah further said that Congress, SP and BSP are against abrogation of Article 370, which gives special status to Jammu and Kashmir. “But the BJP government went ahead and abrogated Article 370 from the Constitution in August 2019,” he said.
Maneka shared the stage with Shah at the rally
Pankaj Shah
LUCKNOW: A day after the BJP’s Pilibhit MP, Varun Gandhi took a dig at his own government, saying it should be decided “if our priority is to stop the pandemic or show strength” during elections. His mother and Sultanpur MP Maneka Gandhi shared the stage with Union Home Minister Amit Shah at a rally in Sultanpur on Tuesday.
Shah actually acknowledged his presence by calling his name along with other senior party leaders and MLAs in the district. Maneka’s appearance at Shah’s rally marked her reaffirmation for the party leadership against her son Varun, indicating a tough stand against the saffron government on a range of issues including farmers’ unrest and the Lakhimpur violence, in which Jr.’s son Home Minister Ajay Mishra Teni, Ashish, is one of the main accused.
Maneka had earlier shared the stage with PM Narendra Modi during the inauguration of the 540-km-long Purvanchal Expressway on November 16.
Varun on Monday referred to a Centre’s note to the Maharashtra government in March 2021, which he highlighted, stating that measures like night curfew and weekend lockdown should be used to prevent or suppress the transmission of Covid. very limited effect”. “It is against the wisdom of the common man to impose curfew at night after gathering lakhs of people for rallies during the day,” he had said.
Emphasizing on UP’s limited health infrastructure, Varun said it is to be decided “sincerely” whether our priority is to contain the dreaded Omicron variant of the coronavirus or “involve in the show of power during elections”. “Policy makers should lead from the front so that the general public is motivated to stay at home,” he had said.