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BJP is not even giving ticket to Yogi: Akhilesh
Gonda, Former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and Samajwadi Party National President Akhilesh Yadav on Friday targeted Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and said that he was not even getting the ticket of Assembly elections from BJP.

The SP chief said the big leaders of BJP were themselves upset with the Chief Minister. He even went to the extent of claiming that Yogi was not a member of BJP.

Akhilesh, who was in the city to release the Amar Smriti Kosh, garlanded the statue of former minister Vinod Kumar Singh alias Pandit Singh.

Yadav accused BJP of misleading the public with false advertisements and confusing the people by telling the SP regime schemes of the government as its own.

He said that farmers and travellers were upset due to the animals left on the roads.

The farmers, youth, poor and deprived families, who have been troubled in this regime, should ask BJP to take out Jan Mafi Yatra and apologise to them.

He said the Yogi government is not releasing the list of mafia to the state and districts.

He said like Hitler's regime, there was a minister of propaganda, but here, the entire BJP was spreading propaganda.

He said the SP failed to form the government in 2017 due to its failure to take its development work to the people through publicity.

Yadav said the people suffering from BJP government will join hands with SP to form the next government this time with a majority in 2022.

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