BSP nominee gets offensive, targets Modi, Akhilesh

A Bahujan Samaj Party nominee from Uttar Pradesh’s Bijnore Lok Sabha constituency reportedly made derogatory remarks on BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav at an election rally on Wednesday evening.

“Modi has been saying that he will take the nation on the path of progress. A person (Modi), who could not handle his wife, cannot be expected to handle the affairs of the country,” BSP candidate Malook Nagar reportedly said at the rally in the constituency.
Nagar also called Modi a ‘khujrele’ (a local word used for someone who says irresponsible things) and said the PM candidate could not be trusted.

The BSP nominee did not spare Akhilesh Yadav either.

He said the Chief Minister was fond of Madhuri Dixit rather than the people of the state.
“Akhilesh Yadav is neither bothered about cane farmers’ problems nor any other thing. He is more bothered about Madhuri Dixit,” Nagar said apparently referring to the recently held Saifai Festival during which Madhuri Dixit was felicitated along with several other Bollywood stars. 

Nagar’s remarks did not go well with his own supporters nor with the Samajwadi Party, which threatened to take the matter to the Election Commission.

Recently, Union minister Salman Khurshid had called Modi ‘impotent’ at a public meeting at Farrukhabad, his Lok Sabha constituency.

Many SP leaders have also used a variety of derogatory terms for Modi.

SP general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav had likened Narendra Modi to the dacoits of Chambal ravines.

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