Yadav targets Modi again, says he is spreading lies

Yadav targets Modi again, says he is spreading lies

Tries to woo Sikh community ahead of Lok Sabha elections

The Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Tuesday again targeted the BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi accusing him of spreading ‘lies’ about development in Gujarat and warned the CM against  ‘snatching’ the land  of Sikh community in Gujarat.

“Modi should explain if his government had waved the loans of farmers and made provisions to provide free medical facilities to the people. We have done it in UP,” Mulayam said at a public meeting in Saharanpur.“Do not persecute the Sikh community members. They are a brave community and know to lay down their lives for the country,” he said 

apparently trying to woo the sizable Sikh community members in the region.The SP supremo said his party government in UP may have failed to give employment to the youths but it was giving them unemployment allowance.

Mulayam also slammed the Centre for following a weak foreign policy viz-a-viz China.“China has intruded several kilometres inside our territory. We cannot remain a mute spectator. The forces are ready to chase the Chinese but the political will is lacking,” he claimed.

The SP chief spoke at length about China and termed it as India’s biggest enemy. “When China is weak it lies low but it starts flexing muscles the moment it becomes stronger,” he said.He also sought to woo Muslims saying that the SP government had introduced a number of measures for the welfare of the community.

Pitching for Third Front Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh said Lok Sabha elections are important for the country.“A third force is emerging in the country. UP has 80 seats. It will play a crucial role in government formation post the elections,” he said.

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